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SOUTHWESTERN 
UNIVERSITY 

GEORGETOWN TEXAS 
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Table of 
Contents 

Theme 4 

Student Life 6 

Organizations 30 

Sports 62 

Classes 82 

Administration 112 

College of 

Arts and Sciences 116 

College of 

Fine Arts 132 

Staff 140 

Index 158 

But some things never change. 




STUDENT 



Registration 



It's the welcome wagon! Once again SU opens its gates 
while almost 1000 people rush from prof to prof hoping to 
get some semblance of a degree. OK, it's not that hard to 
get the classes you want. About the only classes that close 
are English, and those are offered year round anyway. So 
don't panic, take your time . . . 







Aeronautical Space Engineer- 
ing . . . Aeronautic Space 
Engineering . . . 




Hi! We're the welcome wagon! Stick around until green cards can go through 





If you can spit out a comparison between US and Sardini j | 
and do a cartwheel at the same time, then this class is for yo 1 j 
Sunday. 



Well Leigh-Anne got all the classes she wanted. — And now she gets to pay for 
them! 





OK, so science isn't everybody's favorite. 





ONLY 6 hours this semester!! 




Rob Lee pleads for independent study. 



Academics 

Isn't That Why We're Here? 



Because academics are stressed at Southwestern, students 
take studying as a matter of course. Although the library is 
one of the most popular places for studying, there are several 
spots around campus that make the most of sunshine. 




Science students enjoy studying rat tissue. 





Steve Gardner, President of the Inside the Cranium Society chooses t<ij 
study without his thongs. 




Jean Janssen learned that geophysics wasn't so funny afte ; 
the first test. 



So Mike Middleton finally got a good idea. 




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Yes, folks, it's Casey Cowan in the library. 





David feels good after a couple of hours in the library. 



Harry Moore could only spare 1/125 of a second for a picture. 



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The Commons 



People Don't Just Eat There 



On campus students have a marvelous chance to 
congregate at 8, 12, and 5 in the COMMONS. If 
you don't chit, you chat. If you don't eat you'll 
probably live longer. But we can't sell Saga Food 
Service short, they're always coming up with new 
ideas on how to serve students (and turkey). 




Deborah Vardiman gets hay fever from daisies. 




Robert, Barry and Doug pose with local mutant. 




And the secret potion has turned Dr. Jekyl into Mr. Hyde in a matter of 
seconds. 




Kathy and Eric seem to be enjoying the conversation more than the food. 



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When the Commons serves out- 
side they go all out. Remember 
the mile long sandwich? And all 
that delicious red punch? Those 
tender young 'sausages' and the 
potatoe salad that crunched? 
— yam — yam 




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The Bishops 



Union — The Union. Some call it "the Sub," some prac- 
tically call it- home. The center of most activities for SU 
students, the Union provides that spark that is so uniquely 
Southwestern. 

Program after program, activity after activity, new ideas 
spring from the minds working together to bring the student 
body something new and exciting each week. 



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1) From Top to Bottom: David Alexander — Union President, Linda 
Burke — Music and Dances, Pat Vidaurri — Union Cafe, Amy Tatum 

— Cultural and Ethnic Events, Joel Vera — Outdoor Recreation, 
Henry Robinson — Indoor Recreation, Anne Young — Films and 
Television, Ann Rudloff — Exhibits, Rosanna Lapham — Personal 
Skills and Development, Debbie Marin — Secretary. 

2) Ben Sherman, Assistant Dean for Student Activities, is struck by 
lightning in mid-performance. 

3) Henry Robinson — just one of the Union Managers. 

4) Clockwise: David Alexander — Union President, Dwayne Stevens 

— Outdoor Recreation, Tim Murray — Indoor Recreation, Kathy 
Moore — Outdoor Recreation, Debbie Marin — Secretary, Jannae 
Tunnell — Personal Skills and Development, Amy Tatum — Cultural 
and Ethnic Events, Eric Leidlein — Films and Television, Ann Rufloff 

— Exhibits, Linda Burk — Music and Dances. Not Pictured: Pat 
Vidaurri — Union Cafe, Paul Witmer — Speakers. 

Union Managers: Robert DeLair, Laura Sherman, Earl Moseley, and 

Henry Robinson. 

Union Artists: Kevin Middleton and Alison Ader. 

Activities Assistants: Amy Tatum, Alison Signet, Cindy Williams, Joy 

Chapman. 



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Memorial Union 




1) Cocktail Waitresses: Stafanie Knutson, Amy Tatum, Martha Burns, Roz- 
zie Pollex, Mary Kay Sanders, Cynthia Burns, and Beverly Berkey show a 
little leg while Scott Thumma (the guy in the middle) closes his eyes to 
such obscenity. 

2> D'Anna Vale gives her roommate Rita a rubdown during the massage 
classes given in the Union. 

3) David Alexander and Kathy Moore demonstrate the correct position at 
the waltz lessons given in the Union for the Viennese Ball. 

4) The Union Frisbee Tournament wouldn't have been the same without 
Stuart Solomon's rendition of the "Firebird" in its entirety on the fire 
hydrant. 

5) New games give John Reinthaler a new look. 

6) The Union gave parents a treat during Parents Weekend by presenting 
Casino Night using "Shillings" as money tokens. The Student Foundation 
and Unioneers dealed during the evening. 

7) Play fair did not give John Buchanan a lift. He just fell through the ceil- 
ing of the Sid Richardson Gym. 



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1) Anne Greene and Rosanna Lapham set camp in a valley far, far 
away. 

2) Kelley Clark emerges from one of the Union tents during the fall 
canoe trip at Whitewater Sports. 

3) John Oertling rappels Mt. Vernon on Union camping trip. 

4) Rosanna Lapham, Anne Green, Kathy Moore, Randy Smith, and Eric 
Leidlein take a break during the May Canoe trip. 

5) Joel Vera, Outdoor Recreation leader Fall 1981, asks for a break 
while packing for the union rappelling trip to Enchanted Rock. 



Page 17 Cutlines 

1) Tish croons tunes during her Union Coffee house. 

2) Ray Boston eased the exam tension during December when he 
entertained the masses in the Commons. 

3) Dana Cooper says, "No Comment." 

4) Cary Ray and Cosmos Nirvana gave a Coffee House in Fall 1981 
with Gibson Bettis and Mikal Trimm. 

5) Bejae Flemming and Jim Richer played a coffee house that was a 
combination of country and mellow music. — an interesting team. 

6) Dana Cooper! — an up and coming rock musician from Houston 
found time in his busy schedule to entertain SU students in April. He 
drew the largest crowd that the SU Union Coffee House has seen since 
its beginning. 



The Greeks 







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His Vienna 



The Brown Symposium held February 3-5 of this year was implemented by Dr. Ellsworth Peterson of the School 
of Fine Arts. Composer Gustav Mahler and his 19th century Vienna was the topic of discussion. The Southwestern 
community and visitors representing eighteen different states had the privilege of hearing lectures from Dr. 
Alessandra Comini, an authority on Gustav Klimt and Viennese art. Dr. Comini spoke about the effect and 
significance of art in Mahler's Vienna and "Alma Mahler " (Gustav Mahler's wife) and her Vienna. Dr. Donald Mit- 
chell of England, an expert on Gustav Mahler's compositions, spoke on Mahler's 'Oriental' Symphony — its Texas, 
forms and philosophy, and the legacies, prophecies and innovations of Mahler; and Dr. Carl B. Schorske, an 
historian, opened the Symposium with his lecture "Gustav Mahler's Vienna." He also discussed the social ex- 
perience and artistic evolution in Vienna because of the works of Gustav Mahler and Gustav Klimt. Dr. Shorske, the 
author of Fm-de-siecle Vienna, Politics and Culture, won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for this book. 

A special part of the three day symposium was the performance of Maureen Forrester who gave a recital where 
she interpreted some of the work of Mahler. She is one of the leading contraltos of the day. 

The Viennese dinner, on Thursday, February 4, was highlighted with Southwestern 's own artists: |'| i ji i 

Drusilla Huffmaster, pianist; Virginia Dupuy, Mezzosoprano (with her accompanist, David Garvey); i L I , Ji ' itll) 
and the University Chorale conducted by Mr. Kenny Sheppard. I'UllI 







1) Dr. Alessandra Comini expresses herself during one of her lectures. 

2) Dr. Alessandra Comini, Dr. Donald Mitchell, and Dr. Carl E. Schorske — the three 
authorities on society in Gustav Mahler's Vienna. 

3) The SU Chorale, conducted by Kenny Sheppard, sang two works by Anton Bruckner 
(whom Gustav Mahler studied under) at the Viennese Dinner. 

4) Dr. Bill Jonesvpresented the Brown Symposium guests with small tokens of appreciation 
for their fine lectures. 

5) Dr. Ellsworth Peterson, coordinator of the Symposium, Dr. Alessandra Comini, and Mrs. 
Gerhild Rogers who presided during the lecture that Dr. Comini gave about Alma Mahler 
and her Vienna. 

6) The sight most seen during the Brown Symposium . . . Banner on the left by Alison Ader. 




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The School of Fine Arts offers its students many oppor- 
tunities to become more involved in their chosen career. 
Professional artists who play the College circuit and 
deliver their talent across the nation, do more than just 
teach the students in the fine arts. They open doors for 
the students and spread their ideas to them. Students are 
also able to broaden their horizons and open their minds 
to events that are culturally stimulating. 



1) Organist Norman Dello Joio and Dr. Ellsworth Peter- 
son. The Chorale sang one of his works: "Hymn Without 
Words." 

2) Ed Fitzpatrick and David Hill enjoyed learning and 
playing in the opera "The Barber of Seville" directed by 
Dr. Gary Warmink. 

3) The new mural on the First National Bank of Taylor, 
Texas features artwork by students of Southwestern. 

4) Stephen Temple, Mary Visser, Guss Farmer, and Ismael 
Soto (Potter) gave art students an interesting treat by ex- 
hibiting their works. 

Metal sculpture by Stephen Daly 




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Holidays on Campus 



S-U's Got a Lot of 'Em 
Beat 

Southwestern celebrates holidays in its own 
distinctive way. Some solemn celebrations lace 
the seasons, and some bring the comic out of 
people. Everything from Halloween parties to 
Easter Sunday give students a break from 
everyday happenings. 




David Hill won first place in the Commons' Halloween costume 
contest. 



The rest of the body is hanging in Mood 



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No place but Southwestern. 





A serene wintery Georgetown. 




Everyone was lighting their fire at the reception of the Candlelight Service. 



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Presenting! The 1981-82 R.A/s and S.A/s 



With: R.A/s 




and 
S.A/S 



Back Row: Presley Mock, Tommy Brumett, Dave Ross, David Herren, Chris Craig, Clayton Rote, Jane Hegar, Casey Triggs. Sec- 
ond Row: Dan Chaney, Mike Sheppard, Linda Burk, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Pete Valamides, Ellen Affleck, Laurie Jones, Jeanie 
Speck, Melissa Priest. Front Row: Pat Stafford, Bud Welborne, Leigh-Anne Horton, Chatty Chapman, Susan McKay, Shera 
Hall, Laurie Shepherd. 




Back Row: Ray Page, Dan Mickan, Pat Nuendorf, Doug Thompson, Andy Hamblen, Joy Chapman, Ken Pool. Front Row: 
Alison Signet, Maggie Harris, Earl Moseley, Jr., Jean Janssen, Tammi Curtis, Paul Ross. 



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Dorm Life 




So, this is dorm life. 




Dorm life . . . zzz . 




Dorm Queen of Moody-Shern 




Dorm life? ha! 




DORM LIFE???!! 




Dorm shower 



Ah, Campus Life. 
Inside a room, 
Inside a book, 
Inside a mind. 



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Fall Graduation 

On December 13, 1981 South western's faculty and second 
graduating class of 1981 filed out of the library in the tradi- 
tional way. Graduates received their diplomas signifying that 
they had completed a particular course of study. Dr. David 
Blumenfeld gave the Commencement speech. As the new 
bachelors filed out of the chapel, the world shook. 




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Faculty files for future professionals. 





Dean Oliver announced the new graduates. 




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Carolyn Abraham: out to get a JOB. 



Chancellor Fleming has a few words with Dr. David Blumenfeld. 




Spring Graduation 




May 9th marked the day that SU 
graduates of 1982 will remember 
for the rest of their lives. Many 
were ready to pursue goals they 
have planned much of their lives. 
The rest will go on to graduate 
school or more specific training in 
their chosen fields. 

Dr. Jan Dawson gave the com- 
mencement address. 



Steve Cobb gets help to 
tough years. 



the car after four 



Steve Gardner — The proud owner of a bouncing 
baby sheep skin. 





Ben and David have a final moment. 



Jeanne Bulla did it! 





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ORGANIZATIONS 



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The International 
House 



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The International House is a special residence for 
students who are from or who have an interest in other 
cultures. Each person in the house has the opportunity 
to express these interests by sponsoring a program deal- 
ing with a culture he or she would like to share. 

Students interested in becoming a part of the Interna- 
tional House are interviewed by a committee including 
Mrs. Sue Peterson, Mr. Bill Swift, Dr. Regine Reynolds- 
Cornell, one or two graduating seniors, who will not be 
returning to the house, and a member of the Housing 
Staff. Students are chosen on the basis of this interview 
and interest in international culture. 



1) Amy Tatum and Henry Robinson make good use of time by putting their 
heads together. 

2) Keith Spencer, Linda Burk-RA, and Nancy Heflin polish up the house in 
August in preparation for a fun-filled year ahead. 

3) 'TCate" (Virginia Hardy) gets the upper hand, but "Petruchio" (David In- 
man) is still Smiling during Virginia's Renaissance Festival given in April. 

4) Nora Cadena waits for the newspaper. Nora sponsored The Posada — 
the traditional Mexican Christmas Celebration. 
5. The I-House — January 13 




1) Ann Young finds her long lost mummv 
(Jim Rubarth). 

2) Alison Ader and Martha Burns try to 
behave as humans. 

3) Kathy Moore, Jim Rubarth, Gibson Bettis, 
Linda Burke, Kevin Middleton, Abdallah 
Alaoui, and Colleen Burke all enhanced the 
Renaissance Festival. 

4) I-Housers wait to be served the delicious 
grape punch after Jim Rubarth's program 
about Greece. Father Kenna of the Austin 
Greek Orthodox Church spoke. 

5) Gibson Bettis, who sponsored a program 
on the Chinese of today, pets her marionette 
horsie. 

6) Abdallah Alaoui spoke about his native 
country, Morocco, in his program in 
October. 

7) The Make played at the annual I-House 
Halloween Bash — Linda Burke, 
Coordinator. 



Ruter 

House 

Council 



The Ruter House Council is the 
group of men elected to serve as 
representatives of Ruter living in 
Dorm. They are organized for the 
improvement of dorm life in Ruter. 




Ruter House Council: Bruce Reynolds, Steve Bass, Steve M. Smith, Roger Brandt, and Brent Farney. 



Inter- 
Fraternity 
Council 

The Men's Inter- 
Fraternity Council is 
the organization which 
is the governing and 
legislative body for the 
four fraternities on 
campus. The purpose of 
the organization is to 
work together as Greek 
men on campus for the 
improvement of the 
fraternity system. 



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David Ross — Pi Kappa Alpha, Scott Armsworth — Phi Delta Theta, Craig Stanford — Kappa Sigma, and Tommy Brume* 
— Pi Kappa Alpha. Members Not Pictured; Skip Downham — Kappa Alpha, Larry Augustus — Phi Delta Theta, Brent Har 
daway — Phi Delta Theta, and Allen Halbrook — Pi Kappa Alpha. 




Sitting: Abigail Tilton, Laurie Fisher, Beverley Berkey, Cindy Crouch, Carey Roper. Standing: Peter Orduno, David Ross, Jim Zalles — President, Mike 
Sheppard. James Shepperd, Rozzie Pollex. Not Pictured: Cliff Turtle, Tony Paiagonia. 



Student 
Judiciary 

The Student Judiciary is 
composed of elected 
students from each classifica- 
tion. The Judiciary's purpose 
is to protect and keep sacred 
the Honor Code which is part 
of the proud heritage and 
tradition of Southwestern. 
Cases presented to the 
organization in violation of 
the Honor Code are all con- 
fidentially discussed and 
resolved during the 
meetings. 



Student Senate 



The Student Senate is the main 
liaison between the SU student 
body, its administration, and other 
Universities across the state. 






Rrst Row: Tammy Benedict, Michelle MeNeeiy, Casey Triggs — President, tori Wingfield, Elaine Warmink, Kelley Clark — Student Welfare Commission Chairman. Second Row: Donnie 
McCleridon, Jean Janssen — Secretary, Eric Leidlein, Patrick Opoku, Susan McKay, Jim Zwiener — Treasurer, James Shepperd, Leigh-Anne Horton, Lisa Amos — Vice President and 
Chairperson for External Affairs, Joel Vera. Back Row: Dan Weeden, Larry Augustus, David Schmachtenberger, Kyle Neely, Jannae Tunnell, Ian Purcell, and Rob Wilmot. Not Pictured: Steve 
Cobb — Chairman for Educational Affairs, Scott McKee — Student Election Chairman, Pat Stafford, Tami Curtis, Keith Spencer, David Backus, Earl Moseley, Hillery Keith — Parliamentarian, 
Pedro Orduno, Georgianne Bode, Brenda Hutchins, Lydia Andrade, Stefanie Knutson, Melinda Markey, Brent Farney, Steven Smith, Kelly Chambers, Joy Smith, Vic Cason, Steve Leshikar, 
Beth McKay, Cathie Fisher. *.-."' 



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Southwestern 
Science 
Society 




Front Row: Jamelle Flowers, Monty Verona, Presley Mock. Second Row: Jim Rubarth, An- 
nette Austin, Shari McConville, Beverly Berkey, Jan Cowan, Carol Deschner. Third Row: 
John Baker, Brad Howard, Bruce McCaskill, Joe Bill Sanders, Paul Ross, Brian Carr. Back 
Row: Tom Mehlman, Ed Wheeler, Kyle Nunley. 




Mad scientists at work in the new Fondren-Jones Science Hall. 



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Delta Omicron 



Women's Music Fraternity 




Karen Ada, Lynn Parr, Patricia Raeke, Ellen Lockwood, Ann Brashear, Mary Ballou, Martha Isbell, Sarah Ludwig, Kim Dowd, Julie Meyer. Not Pictured: 
Linda Burk, Gretchen Peterson, Valerie Trevino, Marianne Malloy, Kim Davis, Beth Biar, Donna Miller, Debbie Sanderford, Sabrina Adrian, Polly Ann 
Bachler. 



Mu Psi Chi — Men's Music Fraternity 




Standing: Henry Robinson, Richard Bohan, Richard Luna, Sam Smith. Seated: Kevin Warburton, Bob Coats, Steve Smith, Scott Smith, David Alexander. 



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Political Science Society 




Dr. Suk-Soon Suh, Gary Kline, Dave Ross, Mike Shepperd, Damon Reed, Connie Cornell, John Denier. 



Society for Macho Men 

Casey Triggs, President, Henry Robinson, 
Social Chairman, Dr. Horace Jacob, Advisor 




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Psi Chi 




Psi Chi is an 
honorary psych- 
ology fraternity 
organized for those 
students who are in- 
terested in studying, 
discussing, and par- 
ticipating in ac- 
tivities connected 
with the many areas 
and aspects of 
psychology. Mem- 
bership is open to 
those students with 
majors or minors in 
psychology and 
based on their 
academic standing. 



Standing: Tommy Brumett, Mary Tarver, Hillery Keith, James Shepperd, Dr. Jesse Purdy — Advisor. Sitting: Jeanie Speck, 
Carol Moe, David Eimann. 



SNEA 

Student's National Education Assn. 




As far as preparing in- 
dividuals for the 'real 
world,' SNEA is one of 
Southwestern's most ac- 
tive groups. It offers its 
members opportunities to 
meet with professionals 
already in the teaching 
field. Discussed is usually 
past and present ex- 
periences in the 
classroom. Gwen Elliot 
met with the group this 
year and spoke about the 
problems of discipline in 
the teaching world today. 



Robin Hall, Cheryl Sehlke, Annette Lee, Donna Taylor 



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SU Buck 



Cheerleaders 




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Paula Francis, Laura McMakin, Leslie Bledsoe, Lisa Martin, and Jennifer Nelson. 



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Blue 
Key 

Blue Key is a national 
leadership honor fraternity 
recognizing those men who 
have had a distinguished 
campus performance in the 
areas of scholarship, leader- 
ship, and service. 




Front Row: Jerry Shroff, Casey Triggs, Presley Mock, Scott ArmsWorth, Mike Alexander, Richard Luna. Second 
Row: Joe Bill Sanders, Randy Martin, Chris Cragg, Jim Zalles, Steve Gardner, Russ Briggs, Steve Cobb, and Ed 
Wheeler. 



Cardinal 
Key 

Cardinal Key, a national honor fraternity for women, selects outstanding 
women from the junior class to participate in service projects for Southwestern 
their senior year. Membership is based on scholarship, participation and leader- 
ship in campus activities. 




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Front Row: Patricia Raeke, Annette 
Austin, Laurie Shepherd, Jeanie 
Speck, Jeanne Clifford, Chatty 
Chapman, Mary Ballou. Second 
Row: Sharon Dobias, Martha 
Ebensberger, Amy Tatum, Melissa 
Priest, Amy Jarvis, Laura Hinson, 
Gay Gentes, Paula Stewart, Kathy 
Posey. 



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Alpha Chi 




Front Row Kathy Posey, Rozzi Pollex, Janet Fiero, Connie Cornell, Beth Biar, Shannon Kirkpatrick. Second Row: Mary Gelber, 
Kay Weimers Ester Navarro, Lisa Amos, Annette Austin, Nancy Heflin. Third Row: Laura Hinson, Patricia Reake, Jan Beard, 
Jon Beard, Karen Roe, Jannae Tunnell, Ann Rudlof. Standing: Randy Martin, Cynthia Burns, Edward Wheeler, Sharon Dobias, 
Damon Reed, Mikal Hart, Brian Carr, John Dunier, Steve Cobb, Melissa Priest, Steve Gardner. 

ALPHA CHI, a national undergraduate scholarship society, formerly known as the Southwestern 
University Scholarship Society, was founded at Southwestern in 1915. Its objectives are the stimula- 
tion, development and recognition of scholarship. Members of the Texas ALPHA chapter are elected 
from among the top tenth of the junior and senior classes. 



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Alpha Delta Pi 




Seated: Kelly Chambers, Hillery Keith, Jeanie Wilcox, Linda Cavness, Janet Russell, Julie Stripling, Debra Schroeder, Jannae Tunnell. Kneeling: Cinthia Bums, Susan Greenlaw, Kim Rideout, Anne Sher- 
rod, Leslie Williams, Georgianne Bode, Shelly Reise, Linda Cole, Ellen Lockwood, Susan Eason, Colleen Willis, Rozzie Pollez, Susan McKay, Martha Stripling, Dawn Bennett. Standing: Joanie Hardy, Carol 
I Move, Ronda Radford. Maggie Fuge, Molly Newcomer, Jennifer Nelson, Mary Kay Willis, Cheryl White, Amanda Williams, Laurie Fisher, Mary Pratt, Susan Pate, Jana Hegar, Paige McDaniel, Sunday 
Waizel, Karen Mars, Janis Kenyon, Brenda Hutchins, Robyn Moye, Stephanie Stevens, Beth McKay, Betty Gibbs, Beverly Berkey. 




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Delta Delta Delta 




Seated: Linda Wilkins, Linda Carter, Pam Waldrip, Joy Chapman, Melinda Markey, Shera Hall, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Karen Ada, Margie Routon, Jeanie Speck. Kneeling: Dawn 
Jensen, Paula Francis, Jean Jansen, Kendall Parrish, Laura Hinson, Karla Ailts, Adrianna Buiosa, Martha Ebensberger, Kathryn Spezia, Jackie Siders, Emily Ebensburger, Lisa Lee, 
Carey Roper. Standing 1st Row: Rhonda Ballard, Rosemary Shoemaker, Joni Willis, Laurie Sheppard, Jeanie Knight, Jeanie Sells, Amy Jarvis, Donna Lumas, Cindy Crouch, Wanda 
Schefer, Laura Majors, Elizabeth Lipscomb, Lynn Parr. 2nd Row: Rhonda Nelson, Pam Higgins, Melissa Carolyn, Lucy Aiken, Amy Kane, Sheri Reynolds, Susie Kirkpatrick, Cindy 
Williams, Karen Yarberry, Laura Day, Anna Abraham, Melisa Priest. 




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Sitting: Carmen Shultz, Jeanne Clifford, Betsy Tieman, CJ Forbess, Vicki Vickers, Kim Dykes, Robin Hall, Sharin Sharp. Kneeling: Kaye King, Celia Taylor, Donna Taylor, Stefanie Wittenbach, Dea Wisch, 
Annette Austin, Blythe Shultz, Susan Hilgeman, Mary Ballou, Lesly Windham, Amye Lilljedahl, Chatty Chapman, Christi Burtner. Standing: Barry Barrios, Doug Thompson, Damon Reed, Richard Luna, 
James Shepperd, Craig Reed, Jim Zalles, Mike Alexander, Tony Palagonia, Jim Zwiener, Bill Haygood, Teresa Rask, April Smith, Beth Biar. Back Row: Patti Ross, Joy Royal, Carol Walker, Steve Smith, 
Sonya Smith, Lisa Key, Karen Ryan, Leigh-Anne Horton, Traci Dattalo, Beth Atkinson, Lisa Tonn, Rachel Edwards, Martha Isbell. 




Founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1902, 
South western's Gamma Zeta Chapter was installed in 1946. 
Colors: Pink and Green. 
Flower: Rose. 



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Kappa Alpha 




Back Row: Nick Phillips, Mark Frost, Linda Carter, Dave Hansen, Brooke Stroud, Skip Downham, Scott Towery, David Shoemaker, Russell Martin, Wally Williams, Kelly Byers, Luke Doyle, Kelly i 
Olmstead, Bruton Lynch. Keith Husbands, Mark Beatty, Dan Chaney. Steps, Kneeling: Tom Strother, Chris Reso, John Gilpin, Jim Dobbins. Steps, Seated: David Hailey, Jeannie Knight, Adam Smith, Lucy i 
Aitken, Randy Howell, Kendall Parrish, Carol Stanford. Steps. Front Row: Georgianne Bode, Robyn Moye, Leslie Williams, Candan Erkmen. Not Pictured: John Wee. 




Lucy Aitken explains the life-saver game during the KA 
little sister's Derby Day revenge. 





Founded in 1865, at Washington and Lee University, 
Southwestern's Chi Chapter was installed in 1883. 
Colors: Crimson and Gold 
Flowers: Magnolia and the Red Rose 



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Kappa Sigma 




Back Row: Jeff Nixon. Bill Young. Cliff Myers. Scott Councelman, Rob Wilmot, Doug McMakin, Tom Bousquet, John Eaves. John Gould. Front Row: Thomas Hambelton, Hilaire Ridlon, Jeff Forrester 
Philup Kurtz, Dan Zimmerman, Perry Zivley, Presley Mock, Rob Lee, Mark Kubicki, Craig Stanford. Not Pictured: Kelly Lilly, Forest Wilmaker, Mike Sganga, Scott McKee. 




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Little Sisters: Left to Right: Casey Cowan, Shannon Taylor, Lynn Parr, Tracy Killian, Beth Kurt/., 
Cheryl White, Megan Murphy, Amy Williams, Lucy Garth, Sheryl Simmons, Adri Bujosa, Lynne 
Williams, Shannon Heacock, Liz McAllister, Amy Robertson, Erin Duffy, Lydia Levy, Laura Ann 
McMakin, and Jennifer Sanford. 

Founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia, 
Southwestern's Iota Chapter was installed in 1886. 
Colors: Scarlet Green and White 
Flower: Lily of the Valley 





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Phi Delta Theta 




Front Row: Eddie Wallum, Russ Briggs, Bud Welborn, Jerry Shroff, Steve Gardner, Scott Armsworth, Bill Hyatt, John Evans, Keith Barber, John Bass, Dennis Heath. Second Row: Tom Mehlmen, Rick Car- 
rasco. Hunter Hardy, Perry Bolger, Brian Devaney, Larry Augustus, Barry Johnson. Third Row: Joey French, T. C. Pitcock, Clayton Rote, Steve Cobb, Steve Barker, Dennis Conder, Bob Tabuena, Kyle 
Nunley, Ben Jackson, Bill Flanigin, Monty Verona, David Schmachtenberger, Mark Selz, David Fisher, Doug Hutchins. Fourth Row: Lee Christie, Charlie Williams, Robert Motherwell, Phil Ricker, Randy 
Martin. Not Pictured: Pete Valamides, Scott Neal, David Stevenson, Danny Mickan, Bubba Trammell, Keith Lowery, Richard Beitter, Bruce Quick, Ed Bell, Dan Richards, Kim Mulvey, Brent Hardaway, 
Scott Holliman, Todd Olsen. 




Founded in 1848, at Miami University, Southwestern's Gamma 
Chapter was installed in 1886. ^ 

Colors: Argent and Azure J r, 

Flower: White Carnation ! „. 



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PhiMu 




Back Row: Lisa Rhoades, Kay Wiemers, Mary Gelber, Karen Crenwelge, Anne Young. Front Row: Cindy Saxman, Jeanine Samer, Allison Hardy, Jc 
Pelton. Not Pictured: Paz Del Rosario, Cassie Pitman, Mary Neva Pearce, Peggy Leisenring. 




Founded in Macon, Georgia in 1852, Southwestern's Chi 
Kappa Chapter was installed in 1906. 
Colors: Rose and White 
Flower: Enchantress Carnation 



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Pi Kappa Alpha 




Front Row: Craig Reed, Joel Vera, James Shaw, Charles Laing, Steve Cleveland, Ken Pruett, Allen Halbrook, Dave Ross, Mike Sheppard, John Buchanan, Laura Sherman, Elaine Wartmink, Leslie Bledsoe. 
Second Row: Karen Carter, Betsy Shaw, Carol Deschner, Tara Hulse, Michelle McNeeley, Deana Hooke, Karla Ailts, Amy Jarvis, Susie Greenlaw, Karen Yarberry, Melinda Markey, Susie Kirkpatrick, Laura i 
Hinson, Colleen Willis, Jim (Elmo) Burke. Third Row: Clay Traylor, Mark Lewis, Paul Ross, Tommy Brummet, Ken Pool, Jim Zalles, Stattler Mood, Bill Buckner, Andy Hamblen, Audie Alcorn, Carl Shaulis, 
Earl Moseley, James Shepperd, Ray Page, Tim Conley, Les Sanders, Kevin Hedges, Stuart Solomon, Steve Leggett, Jim Zwiener, Joe Bill Sanders, Chris Cragg, Rusty Ravert. Fourth Row: Brian Davis, Dan ii 
Weeden, Brian Burton, Steve Bass, Tommy Herzig, Burt Sissom, Roger Brandt, Kevin Latz, Ryan Johnson, Jeff Schneider, Jay Nowlin, Cal Johnson, Steve Smith, Gordon Washburn, Eddie Zimmerman, Paul I 
Witmer, Mike Henry, John Adams. 




Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, South western's j 
Alpha Omicron Chapter was installed in 1910. 
Colors: Garnet and Gold 
Flower: Lily of the Valley 



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Zeta Alpha 




Front Row: Karen Roe, Mary Tarver, Annette Lee, Glenda Porter, Kathy Truman, Leslea Pike. Second Row: Laura Bennett, Sharon Dobias, Sylvia Nannini, Betsy Shaw, Carol Deschner, Diana Nelson, Karen 
Sanders, Carol Stanford, Linda Crow. Third Row: Carolyn Croom, Carole Peschel, Derryan Heacock, Laura Wettstein, Karen Parr, Linda Lawler, Tracy Risinger, Laura Sherman. Top Row: Karen Dailey, 
Sarah Berthold, Cindy Lund, Abigail Tilton, Elizabeth French, Colleen Whitmore. Big Brothers: Mark Beatty, Randy Smith, Bruton Lynch, Ray Dean Page. 




Founded in 1898 at Farmersville, Virginia, South western's 
Lambda Chapter was installed in 1906. 
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray 
Flower: White Violet 



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Music Ensembles 



The music ensembles are a large part of the School of Fine Arts. 
They give the students a chance to perform and develop their 
musical talents. Each ensemble is a different facet of the depart- 
ment of music. The groups range from a small symphony to a 
group who sings up-beat folk and sacred tunes. The common 
denominator, however, is the music itself and the students' love 
for it. 

Southwestern's Chorale is the choir that sings classical music. 
This year the Chorale had the opportunity to sing a work by Nor- 
man Dello Joio, Hymns Without Words, who was a guest artist on 
the SU campus in the Fall of 1981. The Chorale also presented a 
medley from the Negro opera "Porgy and Bess." In the spring of 
1982 they performed the Brahms Requiem. Mr. Kenny Sheppard 
made his debut conducting the Chorale and SU's Sinfonietta 
simultaneously. 

The Extrordinaires is a select SU chorus dedicated to a 
lighthearted view of music which ranges from pop folk tunes to 
sacred work. They are accompanied by a combo. Each year they 
tour high schools, sing for SU gatherings, and act as student 
recruiters. Dr. Gary Warmink conducts the Extraordinaires. 

The SU Singers, under the direction of Mr. Peter Roussaki, is the 
music group that performs more often than any other choir on 
campus. Each Thursday morning the choir sings for the Chapel 
services. The big event for this group each year is the Christmas 
Candlelight Service. This year they presented A Day For Dancing 
by Lloyd P. Fautsch. The concentration of this group is the wor- 
ship of God through Music. Membership is open to the Student 
body. 

The instrumental ensembles are the Sinfonietta, the Symphonic 
Band and the Stage Band. The Sinfonietta, conducted by Dr. Ted 
Lucas, presented works by Johann Strauss, Gustav Mahler, and 
Schoenberg. This would be the last time for The Dean of Fine Arts 
to conduct the orchestra. In the Spring of 1982, Mr. Kenny Shep- 
pard was given the position. The ensemble and the Chorale 
presented works from G. F. Handel, Joseph Haydn and Antonin 
Dvorak. 

The Symphonic Band under the direction of Dr. George Nelson 
presented works by Robert Jager and Robert Russell Bennet. In the 
Fall they played Armenian Dances by Alfred Reed and Incidental 
Suite by Claude T. Smith in their Concert. 

Dr. Nelson's stage band is a swing band. They included Residual 
Fine Dance by Hooper and Blue Shoes by Tull in their repertoire for 
the 81-82 year. In the Spring they went on tour to San Antonio, 
Pearsall, and Uvalde playing to high school students and some 
city-wide functions. Many of the members of both of these 
ensembles collaborated for one hour of credit to be the musical 
support for Man of La Machai. This is only one way the Young ar- 
tists in the School of Fine Arts combine their talents. 



CHORALE 




First Row: Karen Ada, Lynn Parr, Valerie Trevino, Joy Royal, Nancy Heflin, April Smith, Betty Gibbs, Polly Morrison, Laura Merrill. 
Second Row: Melinda Pentecost, Kim Davis, Helen Chon, Ellen Lockwood, Marianne Mulloy, Catrina Martin, Debbie Sanderford, 
Warren Ann Brashear, Stefanie Knutson, Beth Barnes, Lisa Bohan. Third Row: Jerry Shroff, Paul Danielson, Sam Smith, Richard I 
Bohan, Steve Trautmann, Robert DeLair, Cliff Tuttle, Rusty Faulkner, Mike Alexander. Fourth Row: Barry Barrios, Jimmy Fross, Ed I 
Fitzpatrick, Scott Smith, David Hill, Earl Moseley, Keith Barber, Brian Burton. 



EXTRAORDINAIRES 






Front Row: Scott Holliman, Nancy Heflin, Polly Morrison, Karen Ada, Ken Lieck, Michelle Dumais, Larry Ruf- 
fo. Middle Row: Chatty Chapman, Mikal Trimm, Catrina Martin. Back Row: Sam Smith, Lise Warren, Brian 
Burton, Marianne Mulloy, Bill Buckner, Elaine Warmink, Scott Smith, Kathy Damman. 



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SU SINGERS 




First Row: Betty Gibbs, Laura Merrill, Paula 
Francis, Sarah Ludvis, Cassie Pittman, Kathy 
Posey, Donna Taylor, Peter Roussaki — Direc- 
tor. Second Row: Robert Schley — Accompanist, 
Debbie Marin, Sonya Smith, Joy Royal, Anne 
Rudloff, Christy Burtner, Becky Hooper, Melissa 
7 est, Jennifer Nelson, Virginia Hardy. Third 
Row: Kim Davis, Allison Hardy, Nancy 
Smothermon, Nita Howell, Deborah Vardiman, 
Jannae Tunnell, Deana Hook. Fourth Row: Tam- 
my Exum, Jackie Siders, Blyth Shultz, Mary 
Gelber, Ann Young, Sabrina Adrian, Ann 
Brashear, Julie Meyer, Dawne Demel. Fifth Row: 
Polly Morrison, Derryann Heacock, Patricia 
Raeke, Janice Houy, Karen Matthews, Celia 
Taylor, Lisa Warren, Cindy Lund. Sixth Row: 
Richard Luna, Mike Alexander, Sam Smith, Dan- 
ny Martinez, Steve Bass, Tim Murray, Paul 
Dockery. Seventh Row: Steve Heyduck, Richard 
Bateman, Bob Coats, Soren Diaz, John Warren, 
Henry Robinson, David Herren. Eighth Row: 
Barry Barrios, Mike English, Keith Spencer, 
Scott Reikofski, Paul Barton, Scott Thumma, 
David Alexander, George Brightwell. 





Dr. George Nelson rehearses his Symphonic Band. 



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Student Foundation 




Front Row: Ellen Affleck, Martha Ebensberger, Beverly Berkey. Second Row: Laura Hinson, Susie Kirkpatrick, Sunday Walzel, Jim Zalles. Third Row: 
Melissa Priest, Mary Kay Saunders, Rozzie Pollex, Laura Sherman. Fourth Row: Max, Barry Barrios, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Richard Luna, Scott Arms- 
worth. Standing: Randy Martin, Steve Gardner, Carey Roper, Megan Murphy, Andy Hamblen, Earl Moseley, John Buchanan, Bud Welborn, Cynthia 
Burns. 




The Foundation's main purpose on the SU campus is to introduce 
prospective students, their parents and Freshmen to the 
Southwestern community. Here, Megan Murphy is shown "round- 
ing up" Freshmen at Orientation '81. 



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Wesley Fellowship 




Wesley Fellowship entered the SING this year and sang Pass It On. 




1st Row: Carol McFarland, Kim Davis, Lori Wingfield, Kathy Posey, Graeme Cree, Julie Meyer. 2nd Row: Nita Howell, Patricia Raeke, Sara Ludwig, Richard Luna, Carmen 
Shultz. 3rd Row: Steve Heyduck, Cheryl Crenshaw, Christi Anderson, Janice Houy, Anita Lightfoot, Steve Trautmann. 4th Row: Peter Roussaki, Richard Heyduck, Cassie Pitman, 
Lisa Warren, Cindy Aund, Sabrina Adrian, Barry Barrios. 5th RoW: Sam Smith, Richard Bateman, Ann Brashear, Henry Robinson, John Warren 6th Row: Sheldon Johnson, Paul 
Barton, Jenni Thumma, Scott Thumma, Colleen Whitmore. 



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4MEG4PHONE 




Joel just met five photo deadlines. 



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/MEGAPHONE 



Published by the students of S uthwestern University, Georgetown 
Texas 78626. Issued weekly during the school year except during official 
recess. Entered at the Post Office at Georgetown, Texas 78626, as 
second-class mail hatter on September 26, 1906, under special provisions 
of Act of March 3, 1879, and accepted for mailing at special rate August 
20, 1918. 

Opinions expressed in The Megaphone are those of the writer and not 
necessarily those of Southwestern University or of its administration 
Letters to the editor are accepted for publication under special con- 
ditions as judged by the editor. Send letters to Box 48, Campus Mail. 

Subscriptions to The Megaphone are accepted. Send $7.00 to Box 48, 
SU Station, Georgetown, Texas 78626. Direct all advertising inquiries to: 
Ad Manager, The Megaphone, Box 48 , SU Station, Georgetown, Texas 
78626. 



Editor: Kevin Warburton 
Layout Editor: Mikal Trimm 
Feature Editor. George Copeland 
Photography Editor: Joel Vera 
Distribution Manager: Kenneth Lieck 
Statt: Beth Atkinson, Gregg Loggins, 
Kevin Middleton, Eric Parris 

Contributors: Tom Buckner, 

Ann Matthews, Casey Tnggs 

Advisor Benjamin Sherman 



Before its tragic editorial murder, alert reporters Mike Trimm and 
Ken Leick wrote about important SU happenings in their weekly col- 
umn Stanley and Ace. 




Sou'wester 




Rachel Edwards — Copy 



17, 16, 








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The SOU'WESTER is a pictorial 
history of the students, faculty, and ad- 
ministration of Southwestern Universi- 
ty. The renovations of Ruter, the 
Fondren-Jones Science Hall, the Lois 
Perkins Chapel and the welcoming of a 
New President have made this a year of 
change and adjustment. Southwestern 
will continue to change and grow. 
Plans that have been on the drawing 
board and discussed in meeting after 
meeting will materialize in the years 
ahead. 

For now, however, a big thank you 
goes to the people who helped produce 
the 1982 SOU'WESTER. Photographers: 
Tom Buckner, Varden Studios, Joel 
Vera, Kathy Moore, David Brocklmann, 
Anne Green, Kelley Clark, Kevin War- 
burton, Alison Ader, and Ray Solanik; 
Copy: Nora Cadena, Gibson Bettis; Art 
Work: Kevin Middleton — Cover and 
Division Pages; All of the students who 
lived in the I-House 1981-82; Everyone 
who had his/her picture taken. Special 
thanks to Fay Hubbard, Norma Shaw, 
Shirley Miller, Brenda Masek, Dr. Bar- 
bara Brightwell and Jim Anderson — 
representative from Taylor Publishing 
Company. 



Kathy Moore — Layout 




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Southwestern Magazine 




John Buchanan 

Editor: Southwestern Magazine 



The Dreams Of A Child 

Arthur D. Wilde had the dreams of a child 

Although he was near thirty-two. 

Some men dream of power and saving the day; 

He dreamed of spring showers in which he could play 
Or climbing a tower beside a still bay — 
It was awful, but what could he do? 
Arthur D. Wilde had the dreams of a child 
So he went to see Doctor McCann. 
The shrink said, "You must lose the thoughts of a boy, 

So give up your trusts, your illusions destroy. 

Your life is but dust, there's no reason for joy; 
Realize this, and you'll dream like a man." 
Arthur D. Wilde lost the dreams of a child 
And he learned how to dream like a man. 
He dreamed about pain and the spilling of blood; 

He dreamed of the rain that caused terrible floods, 
And he cried out in shame, 

And he wished that he could 
Have the dreams of a child again. 

Mikal Trimm 





The Southwestern Magazine is a bi- 
annual anthology of photographs, poetry, 
prose, and graphic art submitted by SU 
students. The editor for the 1981-82 year 
(for his second consecutive year) was 
John Buchanan. He would like to extend 
his thanks to all of the people who sub- 
mitted their work. He is especially 
grateful to Susan Leidy, Assistant Editor, 
without whom he would never have 
been able to produce the magazine. 



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The photographer found these similar pictures and decided 
to create a page of them. 



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Mask and Wig Players; 1981-82: Dr. Richard 
Hossalla (Advisor), Colleen Willis, Mr. John 
Oertling (Advisor), Susan Greenlaw, Virginia 
Hardy, Shiela LeDoux. Second Row: Carolyn 
Jobe, David Ainsworth (Technical Director), 
Nick Phillips, Kathy Truman, Karole Trotter, 
Emily Hardt, Catrina Martin, Susan Slagle, Ed 
Fitzpatrick. Back Row: Malcolm McQuoid, 
Ken Lieck, Paige McDaniel, Larry Ruffo, John 
Luce, Sandra Dobbs, David Inman, Casey 
Cowan, Mary Neva Pearce. Not Pictured: Lu- 
cien Stavenhagen, Paul Swift, Phil Brandes, 
Dori Zirkel, Colleen Burke. 



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The Mask and Wig Players is an organiza- 
tion for students who are interested in par- 
ticipating in the theatrical productions for 
Southwestern, giving budding stage artists a 
chance to explore their craft. 

The 1981-82 Season brought Southwestern 
The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, Exit the 
King by Eugene Ionesco, and this year's 
musical, Man of La Mancha by Dale 
Wasserman. 

Solo Flights are one-act plays presented 
each year by senior directors. Solo Flights I 
consisted of The White Liars by Peter Schaffer 
directed by Carolyn Jobe, and The Respectable 
Prostitute by Jean Paul Sartre directed by 
Malcolm McQuoid. Solo Flights II was a 
series of three shows: Hello Out There by 
Saroyan directed by Edmound Fitzpatrick, 
Ludlow Fair, by Lansford Wilson, directed by 
Kathy Truman, and The Proposal by Anton 
Chekov directed by Emily Hardt. 





1) The Man of La Mancha wants YOU.? 

2) Exit the King — ers, Don Zirkel, Ken Lieck, and John Luce were trap- 
ped within the tightly knit web between the King and his wives. 

3) The sly cast of The Little FoXes: Malcolm McQuoid, Cheryl White, 
Brian Neal, Bruce Reynolds, Mary Neva Pearce, Georgianne Bode, Emi- 
ly Hardt, Lucien Stavenhagen, David Inman and not pictured, Larry 
Ruffo. 

4) "A desert." 

5) John Gould, the King, was driven to death by his young, whining 
wife (Casey Cowan) and his uncaring ex-wife (Paige McDaniel). 

6) The Respectable Prostitute brought out a new side of Nick Phillips. 

7) Susan Slagle and Malcolm McQuoid didn't always see eye to eye in 
Anton Chekov's The Proposal. 

8) Casey holds David's head in place while his cousin looks on. 






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SPORTS 



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S.U. Lady Bucs 




1981-82 S.U. Bucs Volleyball Team 



Southwestern University 
Intercollegiate Volleyball Season Record 

1981 

Score 



Opponent 

Howard Payne Univ. 

Texas Wesleyan College 

Texas Lutheran College 

Alvin Jr. College 

Texas Wesleyan College 

Univ. of Southwestern Louisiana 

Hardin-Simmons Univ. 

Rice University 

Sam Houston State Univ. 

Angelo State Univ. 

Southwest Texas State Univ. 

San Jacinto Jr. College 

East Texas State Univ. 

Sam Houston State Univ. 

Louisiana State Univ. 

Southwest Texas State Univ. 

Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor 

Stephen F. Austin 

Baylor Univ. 

Concordia College 

Texas Wesleyan College 

Southwest Texas State Univ. 

Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor 

Sul Ross State Univ. 

Texas Lutheran College 

Angelo State Univ. 

Texas Lutheran College 

Univ. of Texas (Austin) 

Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor 



15- 4,15- 3 
15- 6, 15- 9 

15-13,10-15,15-11,4-15, 
15- 1,15- 7 
15- 1,16-14 
15- 4, 15-12 
17-15,15- 2 
15- 9,15- 9 

6-15, 9-15 

7-15,15-11, 10-15 
13-15,15-10, 15-10 
15-10,15- 9 
15- 9,13-15, 15-11 

0-15,15-10, 11-15 
15-10,11-15,-15- 6 
13-15,14-16 
15-12,15- 9 
15-10,15- 5 
15- 4, 15-12 
15- 2, 15- 7 
15- 2, 15- 4 
15-10,15-11 
15- 7, 15- 8 
13-15,15-13, 15- 6 
13-15, 9-15 
15-13,15-13 
12-15, 9-15 

11-15, 9-15, 15- 8,8-15 
15- 5, 15- 9 



Concordia College 15- 4, 

Texas Lutheran College 15-11, 

8-15 Texas A&M Univ. ' 15-10, 

Texas Wesleyan College 15- 1, 

Baylor Univ. 15- 4, 

Univ. of Texas (Austin) 4-15, 

St. Edward's Univ. 15- 3, 

Howard Payne Univ. 15- 1, 

Rice Univ. 15- 5, 

West Texas State Univ. 15- 9, 

East Texas State Univ. 15-10, 

Stephen F. Austin 15- , 

Rice Univ. 15- 5, 

Texas A&M Univ. 15- 6, 

St. Mary's Univ. 17-15, 

Univ. of Mary Hardin-Baylor 15- 3, 

St. Edward's Univ. 15- 2, 

East Texas State Univ. 15- 4, 

Sul Ross State Univ. 15- 6, 

Missouri Western State College 15- 5, 

Way nesburg College, Penn. 15- 4, 

Limestone College, S. Carolina 15- 1, 
Kearney State College, Nebraska 16-14, 

Southern Utah State Univ. 15- 7, 

Univ. of Hawaii — Hilo 9-15, 



15- 4 
15- 9 
17-15 
15- 8 
15- 2 

9-15,15-11,12-15 
15- 8 
15- 5 
15- 9 
15-10 
15- 5 
15- 5 
15- 1 

5-15,15- 8,14-167-15 
15-13,15-13 
15- 2,15-10 
15- 5,15-11 
15- 9,15- 
15- 3,15- 6 
15-10 
15-10 
15- 4 

15- 0,15- 7 
15- 6,15-11 

8-15,15- 5,7-15 



FINAL RECORD: Runner-Up NAIA National Tournament 
43 wins- 11 Losses 



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2nd Nationally 




Robin saves the day! 




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Men's Basketball 




Back Row: Russell Moritz, Leroy Riley, George Cash, Jackie Edwards, Danny Whitteaker, Earl Leassear. Front Row: Rocky Rawls, Andra Higgs, Melvin Young 
Curtis Vick, Bruce Quick, Kerry Zastoupil. 


















Dallas Baptist 


65 


54 


SU 






Concordia 


93 


84 


su 






Tarleton State 


70 


90 


su 






Incarnate Word 


51 


104 


su 






Sul Ross State 


72 


94 


su 






Eastern New Mexico State 


65 


60 


su 






North Texas State 


92 


73 


su 






Southern Methodist University 


74 


62 


su 






Angelo State 


65 


52 


su 






Howard Payne 


64 


63 


su 






Baylor 


68 


59 


su 






Huston TillotsorJ 


66 


83 


su 






St. Edwards 


73 


69 


su 






Sul Ross 


55 


98 


su 






Angelo State 


67 


64 


su 






Mary-Hardin Baylor 


69 


77 


su 






Texas Wesleyan 


82 


88 


su 






East Texas Baptist 


82 


76 


su 






Texas Lutheran 


86 


85 


su 






St. Mary's 


59 


69 


su 






Huston Tillotson 


67 


71 


su 






St. Edwards 


83 


70 


su 






Texas Wesleyan 


79 


75 


su 






Mary-Hadin Baylor 


65 


84 


su 






East Texas Baptist 


78 


80 


su 






Texas Lutheran 


80 


82 


su 






St. Mary's 


67 


60 


su 






St. Edwards 


74 


66 


su 

















Russell Briggs, Student Assistant; Paul Peak, Coach; Ed Bell, Student 

Assistant 



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Women's Basketball 




Standing: Janet Havelka (1st team Big State Conference), Lisa Caviel, Janiece Gray, Brenda Vick, Debbie Nedbalek (2nd team BSC), Lori Longacre. Front Row: Coach Reda Clay (BSC Co-Champion Coach of 
the Year), Karen Pelzel, Nancy Seiler (1st team BSC), Karen Foust, Beth Boyer (2nd team BSC), Karen Horn. 




Anna Abraham, Trainer; Michelle Allen, Manager 



San Angelo State 




58-76 


Houston-Tillotson 




93-81* 


Texas A&I 




64-89 


Midwestern 




71-96 


TWC 




68-63* 


St. Edwards 




78-68* 


Houston-Tillotson 




65-58* 


Rice 




53-73 


St. Mary's 




55-67 


TCU 




47-49 


St. Edwards 




68-59* 


TWC 




63-82 


ETBC-Marshall 




64-60* 


TLC 




62-52* 


SWTSU 




65-74 


ACU 




70-80 


UTSA 




53-58 


Hardin-Simmons 




73-76 


Concorxia 




67-54* 


TCU 




43-59 


St. Mary's 




69-66* 


ETBC 




48-43* 


UMHB 




55-56 


UMHB 




80-62* 


Howard Payne 




60-61 


11 WINS— 14 LOSSES 





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Baseball 





Bubba Trammell #2, Louis Lilly #3, Russell Martin #4, Randy Moody #5, David Diehl #6, Cecil Starcher #7, Terry Knoble #8, Kevin Kalines #9, Walter 
Howell #10, Terrell Driskell #11, Scott Neal #12, John Chomiak #13, David Stevenson #14, Danny Mickan #15, Darrell Steffek #16, Keith Crosslin 
#17, Jeff Livin #18, Pat Neuendroff #19, Richard Beitter #20, Tony Neuendroff #22, Keith Lowery #23, Rodney Kaase #24, Dexter Saterfield #25, 
Brady Bohannon #26, Robert Zearfoss #27, John Farr #28, David Hansen #29, Pete Valamides #30, David Gold #31, Mike Klorer #32, David Ridley 
#33, Rob Hughey #34, Mark Snow #35, Kevin Latz #36. 



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1982 Baseball Scores and Statistics 



AB/H 



2B 3B HR 



T. Neuendorff 


60 


199/71 


46 


11 


6 


4 


Driskell 


56 


190/63 


47 


7 


2 


2 


Saterfield 


51 


173/56 


47 


11 


2 


10 


Chomiak 


37 


75/24 


20 


3 





6 


Trammell 


21 


32/10 


9 


1 





2 


Bohannon 


54 


150/46 


38 


12 


3 


1 


Hansen 


38 


98/30 


12 


7 








Mickan 


54 


161/48 


29 


8 


2 


7 


Lowery 


52 


149/44 


28 


8 


1 


5 


Steffek 


33 


51/14 


5 


3 








P. Neuendorff 


34 


57/14 


13 


2 





2 


Moodv 


52 


139/31 


34 


3 





2 


Kaase 


38 


54/12 


13 


1 





1 


Hughey 


45 


34/7 


5 


2 








Kalinec 


45 


123/24 


14 


3 


1 


1 


Snow 


6 


13/1 


1 








1 


Totals 


60 


1698/495 


.361 


82 


17 


44 



RBI 


Ave. 


GWH 


SO 


BB 


Sac 


HP 


SB/A 


46 


.358 


4 


8 


19 


3 





13/15 


20 


.331 





5 


6 


5 


1 


5/7 


28 


.324 


6 


21 


26 


2 


2 


16/22 


26 


,320 


2 


16 


12 


5 





5/7 


5 


.312 


1 


9 


14 


1 


1 


0/0 


34 


.307 


3 


15 


10 


4 


3 


6/10 


15 


.306 


1 


11 


7 


2 





1/1 


33 


.298 


2 


20 


19 


4 


1 


6/6 


34 


.295 


6 


21 


12 


1 


1 


3/3 


5 


.275 





12 


3 


1 





0/2 


9 


.246 


2 


6 


8 


2 





3/3 


24 


.223 





24 


28 


6 





10/1 


8 


.222 


1 


6 


18 


4 


1 


8/8 


4 


.206 





7 


5 


2 





1/2 


16 


.195 





15 


13 


5 





0/1 





.077 





2 


3 








0/0 


307 


.291 


28 


198 


206 


47 


10 


78/98 



Fielding Stats 

Trammell 

Snow 

Moody 

Hansen 

Hughey 

P. Neuendorff 

Kalinec 

Lowery 

T. Neuendorff 

Driskell 

Mickan 

Saterfield 

Steffek 

Kaase 

Bohannon 

Chomiak 

Pitching Staff 

Totals 



Pitching Stats 

Name 

Zearfoss 

Valamides 

Gold 

Klorer 

Knobel 

Lilly 

Bietter 

Neal 

Martin 

Ridley 

P. Neuendorff 

Livin 

Stevenson 

Farr 



LOB — SU — 380 Opp — 386 DP ■ 
per game — SU — 5.97 Opp — 4.12 



SU — 42 Opp — 30 Ave. runs 



GS/GC IP 



0/0 

0/0 

1/0 

14/8 

11/2 

0/0 

10/1 

1/0 

8/2 

2/1 

5/0 

9/1 

0/0 

0/0 



Totals 



17 
19 
7% 

100% 
60% 
7% 
48% 
33 
47 
5% 
19% 
53 
2% 
% 
441 



H 
13 
20 

5 
107 
51 

9 
56 
25 
52 

3 
23 
64 

6 

1 
251 



R 

5 

5 

2 

48 

36 

3 

32 

21 

33 

5 

14 

42 

4 

1 

193 



PO 

10 
24 
108 
181 
138 
65 
183 
82 
70 
77 
112 
41 
66 
33 
36 
22 
38 
1286 



ER 

2 

3 

2 

37 

24 

3 

23 

17 

26 

3 

12 

37 

3 

1 

252 



SO 
9 

12 

4 

50 

24 

4 

31 

36 

23 

3 

18 

37 



1 



ASSISTS 

4 

3 



20 

12 

8 

23 

8 

102 

122 

97 

4 

14 

1 

2 

34 

77 

531 



W-L 
3-2 
2-1 
1-0 
8-2 
6-3 
2-0 
3-3 
5-4 
3-4 
1-0 
2-0 
4-1 
0-0 
0-0 
208 40-20 



BB 

7 

8 

6 

17 

30 

2 

21 

30 

37 

3 

13 

34 







ERRORS 



2 
4 
4 
2 
9 
5 

10 
12 
13 
3 
6 
3 
4 
6 
13 
96 



SA 
6 
1 

1 

1 











ERA 
0.82 
1.10 
1.92 
2.57 
2.77 
2.88 
3.31 
3.61 
3.87 
3.96 
4.29 
4.89 
9.13 

11.67 
3.20 




2 
2 
2 

33 



PCT. 
1.000 
1.000 
.982 
.980 
.974 
.973 
.958 
.947 
.945 
.943 
.941 
.937 
.930 
.919 
.905 
.903 
.898 
.950 



1 



1 

3 
5 
4 
2 
3 


1 
21 



Home Record: 
Road Record: 



24-7 
17-12 



SU6 
SU14 
Feb. 27 
SU 
SU 
Feb. 28 



Season Record: 
Conf. Record: 41-19 
14-4 



1982 Baseball Scores 

Feb. 17 WP Knobel; Livin; 
S Zearfoss 

SU 2 Southwest Texas State 

SU 8 Southwest Texas State 

Feb. 20 WP Neal LP Martin; 
S Zearfoss 

SU 5 Midwestern Univ. 

SU 5 Midwestern Univ. 

Feb. 21 LP Bietter WP 
Neuendorff, P. 

SU 3 Paul Quinn College 

SU9 Paul Quinn College 

Feb. 23 LP Knobel; Livin 

SU 1 Baylor Univ. 

SU 1 Baylor Univ. 

Feb. 26 WP Knobel S Lilly 
WP Bietter 
Hardin-Simmons 
Hardin-Simmons 



Hardin-Simmons 

Hardin-Simmons 

WP Klorer; 

LP Zearfoss 
SU 2 Wichita State 

SU 4 Wichita State 

Mar. 1 LP Neal; Neal 
SU 2 Louisiana Tech 

SU 4 Louisiana Tech 

Mar. 3 LP Zearfoss, Martin 
SU 10 Texas Christian 
SU 3 Texas Christian 

Mar. 10 WP Martin, Zearfoss 
SU 7 Concordia College 

SU11 Concordia College 
Mar. 7 WP Valamides, Ridley 
SU 9 Paul Quinn College 

SU 14 Paul Quinn College 
Mar. 9 WP Klorer 
SU 16 *Huston-Tillotson 
Mar. 1 1 WP Knobel, Valamides 
SU 11 Kearney State Univ. 
SU 7 Kearney State Univ. 

Mar. 13 WP, Klorer, Bietter 
SU 4 Concordia College 

SU7 Concordia College 

Mar. 15 LP Knobel, WP Neal 
SU3 Texas A&M Univ. 

SU12 Texas A&M Univ. 
Mar. 16 LP Klorer, Bietter 
SU 3 Univ. of Texas 

SU 1 Univ. of Texas 

Mar. 20 WP Knobel, Zearfoss 
SU 10 'Mary Hardin-Baylor 
SU 5 *Mary Hardin-Baylor 

NAIA Playoff with Sam 
Houston State Univ. 
Mar. 1 LP Martin 
SU 2 SHSU 7 
Mar. 2 LP Neal 
SU 4 SHSU 5 



Mar. 21 
SU4 
SU7 
Mar. 23 
SU8 

Apr. 8 

SU7 
SU 11 
Mar. 30 
SU 
SU 
Mar. 31 

SU 1 
SU1 
Apr. 1 

SU5 

SU4 
Apr. 2 

SU11 

SU4 
Apr. 3 
SU9 
Apr. 7 
SU5 

Apr. 10 
SU3 
SU7 
Apr. 13 
SU3 

Apr. 16 

SU3 
SU8 
Apr. 17 
SU7 

Apr. 20 

SU4 

Apr. 21 

SU9 

SU2 

Apr. 24 

SU6 

SU3 

Apr. 27 

SU3 

Apr. 28 

SU5 

SU7 



WP Neal, Livin 
Wartburg College 3 
Wartburg College 3 
WP Zearfoss 
*St. Mary's Univ. 7 

LP Valamides 

WP Klorer 

*Texas Lutheran 8 

•Texas Lutheran 4 



Univ. of Houston 
Univ. of Houston 
WP Klorer; 
LP Knobel 
Texas Tech 
Texas Tech 
WP P. Neuendorff, 
Gold 

Trinity Univ. 
Trinity Univ. 
WP Martin; 
LP Bietter 
Hardin-Simmons 
Hardin-Simmons 
WP Livin 
Hardin-Simmons 
WP Lilly 
Southwest Texas 
State 

LP Klorer WP Neal 
*St. Mary's Univ. 
*St. Mary's Univ. 
WP Martin 
•Texas Lutheran 
College 
LP Martin, WP 
Klorer 

*East Texas Baptist 
*East Texas Baptist 
WP Neal 

*East Texas Baptist 
WP Klorer 
*Mary Hardin- 
Baylor 

WP Knobel; Bietter 
Trinity Univ. 
Trinity Univ. 
WP Knobel; Livin 
*Huston-Tillotson 
*Huston-Tillotson 
LP Neal 
*St. Edward's 
WP Klorer; Lilly 
*St. Edward's 
*St. Edward's 




77 



Intercollegiate Athletics at 
Southwestern University 1981-82 



1. Basketball 

a. Season Record — 11 wins, 17 losses 

b. Conference Record — 7 wins, 5 losses 

c. Big State Conference 

1st Place — St. Mary's University — 8 wins, 4 

losses 

2nd Place — (Tie) Southwestern University — 7 

wins, 5 losses 

St. Edward's University — 7 wins, 5 losses 

East Texas Baptist College — 7 wins, 5 losses 

5th Place — Texas Lutheran College — 6 wins, 6 

losses 

6th Place — Houston-Tillotson College — 4 wins, 

8 losses 

7th Place — Mary Hardin Baylor University — 3 

wins, 9 losses 

d. Lettermen 

Seniors: Jackie Edwards, Killeen, Texas 

Rocky Rawls, Demmit, Texas 

Juniors: Andra Higgs, Los Angeles, California 

Curtis Vick, Austin, Texas 

Sophomores: Bruce Quick, New Orleans, 

Louisiana 

Freshmen: George Kash, Round Rock, Texas 

Russell Moritz, Boerne, Texas 

Kerry Zastoupil, Huffman, Texas 

e. Honors 

Most Valuable Player — Jackie Edwards 

Best Defensive Player — Andra Higgs 

Most Inspirational Player — Curtis Vick 

Most Improved Player — Kerry Zastoupil 

All Conference 

Jackie Edwards — Honorable Mention, Big State 

Conference 

Andra Higgs — Honorable Mention, Big State 

Conference 

Melvin Young — 2nd Team, Big State 

Conference 

Team Captains: Jackie Edwards 

Rocky Rawls 

f. Staff 

Head Coach — Paul Peak 

Student Assistants to the Coach — Ed Bell and 

Russ Briggs 

Student Trainer — James (Bear) Kalinec 

Student Manager — John Evans 

Volunteer in Statistics and Publicity — John Fish 

2. Baseball 

a. Season Record — 41 wins, 19 losses 

b. Conference Record — 14 wins, 4 losses 

c. Big State Conference 

1st Place — Southwestern University — 14 wins, 

4 losses 

2nd Place — St. Mary's University — 11 wins, 7 

losses 

3rd Place — Texas Lutheran College — 9 wins, 7 

losses 

4th Place — East Texas Baptist College — 8 wins, 

8 losses 

5th Place — St. Edward's University — 7 wins, 9 

losses 

6th Place — Mary Hardin Baylor University — 5 

wins, 9 losses 

7th Place — Houston-Tillotson College — 4 wins, 

1 1 losses 

d. Lettermen 

Seniors: Terrell Driskell, Kyle, Texas 



Mike Klorer, Houston, Texas 

Randy Moody, Three Rivers, Texas 

Tony Neuendorff, Columbus, Texas 

Dexter Saterfield, Georgetown, Texas 

Juniors: David Gold, Round Rock, Texas 

Kevin Kalinec, Tyler, Texas 

Terry Knoble, Waco,Texas 

Louis Lilly, Midland, Texas 

Keith Lowery, Mesquite, Texas 

Darrell Steffek, Austin, Texas 

Pete Valamides, Arlington, Texas 

Sophomores: Richard Beitter, Richardson, Texas 

John Chomiak, Houston, Texas 

David Hansen, Dallas, Texas 

Jeff Livin, Houston, Texas 

Danny Mickan, Georgetown, Texas 

Scott Neal, Houston, Texas 

Mark Snow, Gilmer, Texas 

David Stevenson, Houston, Texas 

Bubba Trammel, Austin, Texas 

Robert Zearfoss, San Antonio, Texas 

Freshmen: Brady Bohannon, Lampasas, Texas 

Rob Hughey, Houston, Texas 

Rodney Kaase, Austin, Texas 

Russell Martin, Beaumont, Texas 

Pat Neuendorff, Columbus, Texas 

David Ridley, Bellaire, Texas 
e. Honors: 

All Conference 

Mike Klorar 

Dexter Saterfield 

Tony Neuendorff 

Honorable Mention 

Danny Mickan 

Terrell Driskell 

Most Valuable Player 

Dexters Saterfield 

All District 

Tony Neuendorff 

Terrell Driskell 

Mike Klorar 

Dexter Saterfield 

Coach of the Year 

Jim Mallon 
f . Staff 

Head Coach — Jim Mallon 

Assistant to the Coach — Sam Park and Earl 

Hathaway 

3. Golf 

a. Big State Conference Results 

1st Place — Texas Lutheran College 

2nd Place — Mary Hardin-Baylor University 

3rd Place — St. Edward's University 

4th Place — Southwestern University 

5th Place — St. Mary's University 

6th Place — East Texas Baptist College 

b. Lettermen 

Seniors: Tracy Baack, Glove, Arizona 
Ed Bell, Huntington Beach, California 
Juniors: Paul Danielson, Austin, Texas 
Dan Richards, Lake Jackson, Texas 
Sophomores: Jerry Holmes, Austin, Texas 

c. Staff 

Dr. Sturdy Wanamaker 



78 



4. Men's Tennis 

a. Big State Conference Results 

1st Place — St. Edward's University 

2nd Place — East Texas Baptist College 

3rd Place — St. Mary's University 

4th Place — Texas Lutheran College 

5th Place — Southwestern University 

6th Place — Mary Hardin-Baylor University 

7th Place — Houston-Tillotson College 

b. Lettermen 

Seniors: Clayton Rote, Dallas, Texas 

Pat Stafford, Prairie View, Texas 

Sophomores: David Shanks, Robstown, Texas 

Charles Williams. Houston, Texas 

Freshmen: George Copeland, Georgetown, Texas 

Brent Farney, Pflugerville, Texas 

c. Staff 

Dr. Tex L. Kassen 

d. 1982 Record 

Season: 3 wins, 14 losses 
Conference: 2 wins, 4 losses 

5. Women's Tennis 

a. Big State — Conference Results 

1st Place — Southwestern University 

2nd Place — St. Edward's University 

3rd Place — Texas Lutheran College 

4th Place — Mary Hardin-Baylor University 

5th Place — St. Mary's University 

b. Lettermen 

Seniors: Michelle Allen, Austin, Texas 
Becky Sheller, Corpus Christi, Texas 
Juniors: Sheree Reynolds, Wharton, Texas 
Sophomores: Joan Pelton, McAllen, Texas 
Nancy Seiler, San Antonio, Texas 
Freshmen: Melinda Markey, Conroe, Texas 

c. Staff 

Dr. Tex L. Kassen 

d. 1982 Record 

Season: 10 wins, 1 loss, 3 ties 

Conference: 6 wins, no losses 

1982 Big State Conference Champions 

1982 Big State Conference "Singles" Champion 

1982 Big State Conference "Doubles" Champion 

e. NAIA District 4 Play Off 

East Texas State University, Lone Star Conference 
Champions defeated Southwestern University, 
Big State Conference Champions, for the right to advance to 
the National Tournament. 

6. Women's Intercollegiate Volleyball 

a. Season Record — 45 wins, IT losses 

b. Big State Conference Results 

1st Place — Southwestern University 

2nd Place — St. Mary's University 

3rd Place — University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 

4th Place — St. Edward's University 

c. District 4 Results 

1st Place — Southwestern University 
2nd Place — East Texas State University 

d. Bi-District (4 and 8) Results 

1st Place — Southwestern University 
2nd Place — Sul Ross State University 

e. NAIA National Tournament 

1st Place — University of Hawaii-Hilo 

2nd Place — Southwestern University 

3rd Place — Bethel College, Kansas 

4th Place — Southern Utah State College, Utah 

5th Place — St. John Fisher College, New York 

6th Place — College of St. Francis, Illinois 

f. Lettermen 

Seniors: Jeanne Bulla, Houston, Texas 
Juniors: Robyn Hall, Pasadena, Texas 
Alfie Vela, San Antonio, Texas 
Sophomores: Patsy Garrison, Bulverde, Texas 



Elizabeth Hiles, Austin, Texas 
Susan Zirkel, San Antonio, Texas 
Freshmen: Kim Dykes, Angleton, Texas 
Dee Goodwin, Austin, Texas 
Carol Shiller, Houston, Texas 
Debbie Williamson, New Braunfels 
g. Honors: 

Captains: Jeanne Bulla 

Alfie Vela 

1st Team All Conference: Jeanne Bulla 

Robyn Hall 

Alfie Vela 

1st Team All District: Jeanne Bulla 

Alfie Vela 

1st Team All Tournament (National Tournament) 

Jeanne Bulla 

Robyn Hall 

Alfie Vela 

1st Team All America: Jeanne Bulla 

Alfie Vela 

2nd Team All America: Robyn Hall 

Big State Conference Coach of the Year — Glada 

Munt 

NAIA District 4 Coach of the Year — Glada Munt 
h. Staff 

Head Coach — Glada Munt 
Assistant to the Coach — Doug Pass 
Student Manager — Michelle Allen 
Student Trainer — Kim Crenwelge 

7. Women's Basketball 

a. Season Record — 11 wins, 14 losses 

b. Conference Record — 8 wins, 2 losses 

c. Big State Conference 

1st Place — Southwestern University 
2nd Place — St. Mary's University 
3rd Place — Huston-Tillotson College 
4th Place — East Texas Baptist College 
5th Place — Mary Hardin-Baylor University 
6th Place — St. Edward's University 

d. Lettermen 

Juniors: Beth Boyer, Pflugerville, Texas 
Janet Havelka, Jarrell, Texas 
Sophomores: Karen Horn, Garland, Texas 
Karen Pelzel, Rockdale, Texas 
Nancy Seiler, San Antonio, Texas 
Freshmen: Lisa Caviel, Lubbock, Texas 
Janiece Gray, Round Rock, Texas 
Lori Longacre, Georgetown, Texas 
Brenua Vick, Luling, Texas 

e. Honors: 

Most Valuable Player — Nancy Seiler 

Best Defensive Player — Debbie Nedbalek 

Most Improved Player — Janiece Gray 

NAIA All District Player — Nancy Seiler 

Big State Conference — 1st Team — Janet 

Havelka 

Nancy Seiler 

Big State Conference — 2nd Team — Beth Boyer 

Debbie Nedbalek 

Coach of the Year — Reda Clay — Southwestern 

University 

Sharon Mcllroy, St. Edward's University 

Play Off Games: Howard Payne University — 61 

Southwestern University — 60 

Site: Brownwood, Texas 

Date: February 26, 1982 

District IV NAIA 

Captains — Debbie Nedbalek, Snook, Texas 

f. Staff 

Head Coach — Reda Clay 

Student Manager — Michelle Allen 

Student Trainer — Kim Crenwelge 

g. First year of competition for women's basketball team 

in the Big State Conference and NAIA 

Participated in Angelo State University 

Nathan Jeweler's Tournament, San Angelo, Texas 



79 



Intramurals 



With the tension and pressure 
that builds up everyday on the 
average college student, in- 
tramural games are a good reason 
to relax between study marathons. 
A large part of living at 
Southwestern is ones participa- 
tion in these games which are 
organized by Don Heins — Direc- 
tor of Housing. A team that wins 
gets just another reason to go roll- 
ing and celebrate. 

But the intramural games don't 
consist of "Pass the Orange." 
"Real" sports are played and some 
people are out for blood. 



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Results 



lens Intramurals 

acquetball 

ingles — Keith Crosslin — 1st 
Duke Barnes — 2nd 
.loubles — Keith Crosslin, Duke Barnes — 1st 
Presley Mock, Mike Tamez — 2nd 



Softball 



"ollevball 






hi Delta Theta — 1st 






idependents — 2nd 






'ivnio n A 


Wins 


Losses 


hi Delta Theta #2 


5 





acuity 


4 


1 


£ppa Alpha # 1 
i Kappa Alpha 
oter 


3 
2 
1 


2 

3 
4 


hi Delta Theta #4 





5 


Hvision B 


Wins 


Losses 


hi Delta Theta #1 


5 





idependents 
iennan Brown #2 


3 
3 


2 
2 


ap pa Sigma 
appa Alpha #2 
hi Delta Theta #3 


3 
1 




2 
4 
5 



1st 



iolf 

ndividual — Steve Smith (Independent) 
-(41) 

Scooter Goll (Independent) — 2nd 
-(43) 

earns — Independents — 1st — Smith (41), 
Goll (43), Heitman (44), Crosslin (52) 
Pi Kappa Alpha — 2nd — Ravert (45), 
Shaulis (46), Solomon (47), Ross (58) 
elect Shot Tournament — 
Independents — 1st — Smith, Goll, Klover — 

Independents — 2nd — Heitman, Crosslin, 
tevenson — (33) 

ottball 

(idependents — 1st 

acuity — 2nd 

inal game — Independents — 5, Faculty — 2 



imerican League 

hi Delta Theta 

Lappa Alpha 

lappa Sigma 

igers 

i Kappa Alpha #2 

^dependent #2 

< a HonaJ League 
acuity 

^dependents #1 
1 Kappa Alpha 

'hi Delta Theta #2 
OB 

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■hi Delta Theta 
1 Kappa Alpha 
independents 
lappa Alpha 



Wins 


Losses 


5 





4 


1 


3 


2 


1 


4 


1 


4 


1 


4 


Wins 


Losses 


4 





3 


1 


2 


2 


1 


3 





4 


Wins 


Losses 


3 





1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 



'ool , 

ingles 

krables 



1st David Hailey(KA) 
2nd Perry Bolger (PDT) 
1st David Hailey /Craig 
Whitney 



lowling 

■hi Delta Theta 1st place 

teve Cobb — Outstanding Player (680 series, 

44 high game) 



Cassen Cage Classic (Basketball Tourney) 
Hvision I Phi Delta Theta 1st place 

Phi Delta Theta 2nd place 
Hvision II Common Studs 1st place 

Over the Hill Gang 2nd 

place 



laaketball 

"hi Delta Theta 
ndependents #1 
ndependents #2 



Wins Losses 

5 

3 2 

3 2 



Kappa Alpha 3 2 

Kappa Sigma 1 4 

Pi Kappa Alpha 5 

Flag Football 



Herman Brown — 2 
Herman Brown — 1 
Ruter 

Swimmeet 

Kappa Sigma 
Herman Brown — 2 
Phi Delta Theta 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Ruter 



50 yd. free- David Schmachtenberger not avail. 
50 yd. back- Dan Weedon 31.15 

50 yd. fly- Presley Mock 27.33 (new record) 
50 yd. 

breast- Presley Mock 33.85 

100 yd. free-David Schmachtenberger 
100 yd. free-Kappa Sigma 47.95 

200 yd. 

medley- Kappa Sigma 2:02.32 



Can non bal 1 Contest: 
James Street 1st 
Clayton Rote 2nd 
Hilliary Keith 3rd 



Wins 


Losses 


4 





1 


3 


1 


3 




Points 




40 




26 




11 




11 




11 



Track 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Phi Delta Theta 
Independents 



Points 

67 
49 
38 



Outstanding Track Award — Michael Sheppard 

Event Winners: 

High Jump Bob Tabuena (PDT) 

Shot Put BudWelborn(PDT) 5"8" 

Long Jump Ford Pratt 43'2»" 

Discus SteveSmith 18'10" 

400m relay Pi Kappa Alpha 139'1" 

1600m run Dan Richards (PDT) 46.22 

800m relay Pi Kappa Alpha 5:16.97 
400m dash Mike Sheppard (PKA)1:37.73 

100m dash Tommy Brummet 54.31 

800m run (PKA) 10.93 

200m dash Bill Hyatt (PDT) 2:12.37 
1600m relay John Buchanan (PKA)23.84 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

Ping Pong 

Singles 1st Rusty Ravert (PKA) 

2nd Stuart Solomon (PKA) 
Doubles 1st Solomon/Raven (PKA) 

Women's Intramurals 
ALL STAR PLAYERS 



Gloria Garcia 
Susan Wheeler 
Hillery Keith 
Lisa Freeman 
Diane Oertli 
Stefanie Knutson 
Rita Halphen 
Lucy Aitken 
Michelle Allen 



Volleyball 



Soccer 



Amy Kan es 
Jeanie Speck 
Margaret Wilson 
Anna Abraham 
Sheree Reynolds 
Laurie Greer 
Sonja Smith 
Lisa Amos 
Leigh Anne Horton 
Julie Gieau 
Liz Hiles 
Michelle Allen 
Karen Horn 
Debbie Richburg 
Joy Smith 



Zeta Tau Alpha 
ZetaTau Alpha 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Independents 
Independents 
Independents 
Delta Delta Delta 
Independents 



Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Delta Delta 

Independents 

Delta Delta Delta 

Delta Delta Delta 

Independents 

Delta Zeta 

Delta Zeta 

Delta Zeta 

Independents 

Independents 

Independents 

Independents 

Independents 

Independents 



Rozzie Pollex 
Carolyn Croom 
Sharon Walker 
Colleen Whitmore 
Independents 
Karen Hom 
Patsy Garrison 
Susan Zirkel 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Alpha Delta Pi 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Independents 
Beth Boyer 

Independents 
Independents 
Independence 



Basketball 



Lynette Satterfield 
Patsy Garrison 
Kaye King 
Robyn Hall 
Sheree Reynolds 
Melissa Carolan 
Carol Stanford 
Diane Nelson 
Julie Gilean 
Jeanne Bulla 
Dee Goodwin 
Delta Delta Delts 
ZetaTauAlpha 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Sheree Reynolds 
JanieceGray 



Independents 
Independents 
Delta Zeta 
Delta Zeta 
Delta Delta Delta 
Delta Delta Delta 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Zeta Taul Alpha 
Independents 
Independents 
Independents 



Delta Delta Delta 
Independents 



SOFTBALL RECORD 

1st PLACE Independent — 1 5-1 
2nd PLACE Independent's 4-2 
3rd PLACE ZetaTauAlpha 2-2 
4th PLACE Delta Delta Delta 3-2 



WINNING TEAM 
Beth Boyer 
Debbie Nedbatek 
Karen Horn 
Lori Longacre 
Lisa Caviel 
BrendaViek 
Nancy Seller 
Janiece Gray 
Karen Pelzel 
Julie Gileau 
Beth Garrison 
Michelle Burlingame 
Janet Havelka 

POOL 
SINGLES 

1st PLACE Patsy Garrison Independent 

2nd PLACE Paz del Rosario Independent 

3rd PLACE Lisa Amos Delta Zeta 

4th PLACE Dolores Arce Independent 

DOUBLES 

1st PLACE Garrison/Hall Independent/ 

Delta Zeta 
2nd PLACE Crenwelge/Felton FhiMu 
3rd PLACE Miles /Burlingame Independent 
4th PLACE Fulenwider/Leyy ZetaTauAlpha 

Golf 

1st PLACE Paula Stewart Independent 

2nd PLACE Karen Crenwelge PhiMu 

3rd PLACE Patsy Garrison Independent 

4th PLACE Linda Fiascher Independent 



Racquet bail 

SINGLES 

1st PLACE Linda Fischer Independent 
2nd PLACE Michelle Independent 

BuTlingame 
3rd PLACE Michelle Allen Independent 

DOUBLES 

1st PLACE Burlingame/ Allen Independent 

2nd PLACE Kirkpatrick/Hall TriDelt 

3rd PLACE Garrison /Gileau Independent 

SOCCER 

RECORD 

1st PLACE Independents 2-1-1 
2nd PLACE Delta Delta Delta 2-2 
3rd PLACE Delta Pi 1-2-1 

WINNING TEAM 

Julie Gileau 
Dee Goodwin 
Susan Zirkel 
Liz Hiles 



Linda Fischer 
Sharon Walker 
Michelle Allen 
Patsy Garrison 
Jill Wallace 
Debbie Williamson 
Joy Smith 
Carol Shiller 
Jeanne Bulla 
Lupe Saucedo 
Nancy Smotherman 
Karen Horn 
Iris Stanley 
Nancy Seiler 
Debbie Richberg 
Gibson Bettis 
Demise Rodriquiz 
D'AnnaVale 

Basketball 

RECORD 

IstPlace Independent! 4-0 
2nd Place Delta Zeta 5-2 

3rd Place Independent III 3-2 
4th Place Independent II 3-2 



WINNING TEAM 

Karen Crenwelge 
Kim Crenwelge 
Carol Schiller 
Lynette Saterfield 
Michelle Allen 
Debbie Williamson 
Kay Wiemers 
Paz del Rosario 
Joan Pelton 

BADMINTON 
SINGLES 

IstPlace Michelle Allen independent 
2nd Place 6 Nancy Seiler Independent 
3rd Place Beth Garrison Independent 
4th Place Liz Hiles Independent 

DOUBLES 

IstPlace Hiles/Bulla Independent 

2nd Place Burlingame/ Allen Independent 

3rd Place Seller/ Havelka Independent 

4th Place Zirkel/Payne Independent 





ARCHERY 




IstPlace 


Michelle Allen 


Independent 


2nd Place 


Michelle 
Burlingame 


Independent 


3rd Place 


Carey Roper 


Delta Delta Delta 


4th Place 


Cheryl Roberts 


Independent 


5th Place 


AnnetteLee 


Zeta Tau Alpha 


6thPlace 


Leslea Pike 

Bowling 


ZetaTauAlpha 


IstPlace 


Liz Moore 


182 


2nd Place 


Dori Wiles 


169 


3rd Place 


Carol Janicek 


164 


4th Place 


Carol Shiller 


152 


5th Place 


Chatty Chapman 


133 


6th Place 


Stefanie 
Whittenbach 


104 



VOLLEYBALL 

1st PLACE Independent I 6-1 
2nd PLACE Alpha Delta Pi 3-2 
3rd PLACE ZetaTauAlpha 3-2 
4th PLACE Delta Delta Delta 2-2 



WINNING TEAM 

Jill Wallace 
Debbie Nedbalek 
Janet Havelka 
Teri Payne 
Claudia Dedear 
Linda Fischer 
Michelle Burlingame 
Tina La Fuente 
Jennifer Marshall 
Diane Oertli 
Cynthia McSkimming 
Michelle Allen 



Ping-Pong 
Singles 

1st PLACE Laura Sherman Zeta Tau Alpha 

2nd PLACE Linda Kofman Independent 
3rd PLACE MicheUe 

4th PLACE Burlingame Independent 

Laura Wettstein Zeta Tau Alpha 

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Ellen Affleck 
Psychology 




Lisa Amos 

International Studies 




Tracy Baack 

Physical Education 






Michael Alexander 
Music Education 





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Annette Austin 
Chemistry / Biology 




Barry Barrios 
Music Education 



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Linda A. Carter 

Elementary Education 



Karen Lynne Crenwelge 
Elementary Education 



Mitchell Scott Davies 
Accounting / Marketing 





Guadelupe Saucedo 
Biology 



Penny DeLotto 

Elementary Education 



Emily Hardt 

Theatre Education 





Karen Hicks 
Psychology 




Candace Huff 
Music Education 








Nancy Heflin 

Elementary Education 








Bai-Geng Jiang 
Business/ Finance 



Hillery Keith 
Psychology 




Elaine Killingsworth 
Accounting 





Richard Luna 

Christian Education 







Laura Major 
Accounting 




Louise Lander 

Elementary Education 




Marcia Lesesne 
Business/Art 




Tichaona Mashambanhaka 
General Business 





Rosanna Lapham 
Chemistry / Biology 




Chris Lopez 

Political Science /Economics 




Michael McGinnis 
Social Science 







Leslea Pike 

Christian Education 




Presley Mock 
Biology / Chemistry 






Melinda Pentecost 
Music Education 







Elizabeth Moore 
Physical 
Education / German 




Ronda Nelson 
Art 




Joe Phillips 
Marketing 



Colleen Porter 
Accounting 



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David Ross 

Political Science 





Jeanine Samer 
Sociology 






Dexter Saterfield 
Accounting 




Kevin Schmid 
Political Science 




Michael Sheppard 
Political Science 




Jean Speck 
Psychology 




Lynn Sells 
Marketing 





Patrick Stafford 
Political Science 





Shari Sharp 

Elementary Education 




Gerald Shroff 
Sociology 




Mary Tarver 
Psychology 





Jim Shaw 

Humanistic Psychology 




Steven Smith 
Music Education 




Martha Stripling 
Elementary Education 



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Casey Triggs 

Political Science / Economics 










Kathy Truman 
Theatre 





Cynthia Williams 
Sociology 




Jannae Tunnell 

International Studies 





Lou Ann Winston 
Sociology 





Karen Ada 




Alison Ader 



Abdallah Alaoui-m 




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John Baldwin 



Mary Ballou 



Stephen Barker 




Jan Beard 



Tammy Benedict 



Laura Bennett 



Beverly Berkey 



Pam Blaha 




Adreayn Booker 



Elizabeth Boyer 



Tommy Burmett 



Elmo Burk 



Les Cardiff 




Melissa Carolan 



Mary Chapman 



Jeanne Clifford 



Caroline Croom 



Linda Crow 




Katherine Cullen 



Steve Culver 



Thomas Curtis 



Robert DeLair 



Paz Virginia DelRosario 




Martha Ebensberger 



Michael English 



Luis Escalante 



Linda Fischer 



Tyler Fletcher 




Jeff Forrester 



Sandra Fulenwider 



Mary Gelber 



Richard Gonzalez 



Victor Gonzalez 




Robyn Hall 



Peri Haun 



Janet Havelka 





Jana Hegar 



Elizabeth Hiles 



Laura Hinson 




Randy Martin 



Bruce McCaskill 




Janie Pope 



Kathy Posey 



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James Simonson 



Randy Smith 



Keith Spencer 



Carol Stanford 



Iris Stanley 



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Robert Wilmot 



Karen Yarberry 



Lelia Ann Young 



Charles Young 



James Zwi°ner 



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Sophomores 




Boris Davis 




R»y, 




Gretchen Peterson 



Kathleen Pitman 



Kenneth Pool 



Lisa Rhoades 



Tracy Risinger 











Cheryl Roberts 



Paul Ross 



Leslie Sanders 



Nancy Seller 





Genie Sells 



David Shanks 



Rosemarie Shoemaker 



Blythe Shultz 




Paul Swearingen 



Robert Tabuena 





Ray Solanik 



Stephanie Stephens 




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Donna Taylor 



Doug Thompson 



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Lisa Tonn 



Bubba Trammell 



Steve Trautmann 



Veronica Valdez 



Deborah Vardirru 





Bret Wicker 



Robert Williams 



Colleen Willis 



Dea Wisch 





Stefanie Wittenbach 



Paul Young 




Robert Zearfoss 



Susan Zirkel 



Freshmen 




John Adams 



Lydia Andrade 



Sarah Berthold 



Doug Brandt 



Sungnam Ahn 




Keith Barber 




Jim Bickford 




Daena Bruce 




Abdeslam Chebaa 





Alan Blackman 



Leslie Bledsoe 




Colleen Burke 



Christy Burtner 





Pete Akin 



Stephen Bass 



Lillian Boren 



Ray Burton 




Christina Anderson 




Richard Bateman 




Randal Bowden 




Martha Byram 




Chris Coke 






Brent Chipley 



Helen Chon 



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Laurie Fisher 



Elizabeth French 



Betty Gibbs 



James Giroux 






Laurie Greer 



Rita Halphen 



Joni Hardy -|Q7 




Rhonda Hopkins Barbara Horan 



Janice Houy 



Robb Hughey 



Tara Hulse 



Kim Hunter 





Laura Merrill Michael Middleton 



Jim Miller 



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Kathleen Milligan Thelma Montoya 



Russell Mortiz 




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Patricia Zody 




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Its 13th President 




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Roy B. Shilling, Jr. 





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Dr. Durwood Fleming 
Chancellor 



Dr. William B. Jones 

Vice President and Provost 



Mr. Jake Schrum 

Vice President for University Relations 






Dr. G. Benjamin Oliver 
Dean of the Brown College of Arts and 
Sciences 



Dr. Theodore Lucas 

Dean of the School of Fine Arts 



Dr. Barbara Brightwell 

Dean for Student Development 




Mr. William D. Swift 

Vice President for Admissions and Student 
Development 



Dr. Judson S. Custer 

Vice President for Educational Services 




Mr. Kirk Treible 

Vice President for Fiscal Affairs 






Dr. Martha Allen 
History 




Dr. Virginia Carvell 
English 




Mrs. Reda F. Clay 
Physical Education 





Mr. Andre Briotte 
Foreign Languages 




Mr. George Brightwell 
Eco. and Business 




Dr. John B. Chapman 
Mathematics 




Dr. B. Joe Colwell 
Eco. and Business 




Brown College of 



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Dr. Weldon S. Crowley 
History 



Dr. Judson S. Custer 
Education 



Arts and Sciences 







117 




Dr. Jan Dawson 
History 




Dr. Billie Fullingum 
Education 




Dr. William Gilmore 
Physics 




Mrs. Francis Gomez 
Spanish 




Mr. Harold D. Eidson 
Mathematics 




Dr. Leonard Giesecke 
Economics and Business 




Dr. Eb C. Girvin 
Biology 




Dr. Elaine Graybill 
Foreign Languages 




Dr. Jack Harris 
English 






Mr. Richard Harris 
Economics and Business 





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Dr. T. Walter Herbert, Jr. 
English 




Dr. Dan C. Hilliard 
Sociology 



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Dr. Horace S. Jacob 
Biology 




Dr. Tex L. Kasses 
Physical Education 





Dr. Fred Hilgeman 
Chemistry 




Dr. W. Douglas Hooker 
Psychology 



Mrs. Sharon Johnson 
Education 




Dr. Edward Lansford 
Chemistry 




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Dr. Robert Lee 

Religion and Philosophy 



Mr. James L. Mallon 
Physical Education 






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Mrs. Jane McCook 
English 




Dr. Thomas Morgan 
Physics 




Ms. Glada Munt 
Physical Education 




Dr. Francis O'Brien 
Political Science 





Dr. Robert Morgan 
Biology 




Dr. Bruce Mossman 
Education 




Dr. Gwen Neville 
Sociology 



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Dr. Lois Parker 
English 





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Mr. Paul D. Peak 
Physical Education 



Dr. Jesse Purdy 
Psychology 







123 




Dr. Regine Reynolds-Cornell 
Foreign Languages 




Dr Kenneth Roberts 
Economics and Business 




Dr. John Score 

Religion and Philosophy 




Dr. Farley W. Snell 
Religion and Philosophy 




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Dr. Gary H. Richter 
Mathematics 




Mrs. Gerhild Rogers 
Foreign Languages 




Dr. William Nick Sikes 
Education 




Dr. Robert L. Soulen 
Chemistry 




Dr. Eldred C. Speck 
Economics and Business 



Dr. Norman Spellmann 
Religion and Philosophy 






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Dr. Suk-soon Suh 
Political Science 




Dr. Sturdy Wanamaker 
Physical Education 





Dr. Jon D. Swartz 
Education 




Dr. Ralph Whitmore 
Mathematics 




Mrs. Norma Assadourian 
Library 


Mrs. Charlaine Eicher 
Library 


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Mr. Henry Wolgemuth 
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Mr. Richard Bass 
Music 




Mr. Tom Douglass 
Music 




Mr. Guss Farmer 
Art 




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Mrs. Muriel Buress 
Speech 




Ms. Virginia Dupy 
Music 




Dr. Richard Hossalla 
Theatre 




Ms. Drusilla Huffmaster 
Music 



Mr. Claude Kennard 
Art 




Brown College of Fine Arts 

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Dr. George Nelson 
Music 




Dr. Ellsworth Peterson 
Music 




Mr. Raymond Schroeder 
Music 





Mr. John Oertling 
Theatre 




Mr. Peter Roussaki 
Music 




Mr. Kenny Sheppard 
Music 




Ms. Mary Visser 
Art 



Dr. Gary Warmink 
Music 







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KOUSSAKI 







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Administrative Staff 

Office of Student Development 




Ben Sherman 

Assistant Dean for Student Activities 



Don Heins, Director of Residence Gwen Elliot, Head Resident Scott Reikofski, Head Resident 



Campus 
Police 



Office of 
Fiscal Affairs 




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Paul Upthegrove, Campus Police 




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William C. Nelson, Campus Police 




James Simonson, Campus Police 



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Dottie Secor 

Secretary to the Chaplain and the Brown chair holders 



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Office of the 
Dean of the 
Brown College of 
Arts and Sciences 



Linda Helliwell 

Secretary to the faculty of the Brown College of Arts and Sciences 



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Administrative Staff 
University Relations 




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Jo Ann Starr 

Director of Public Relations 



Tom Buckner 

Director of Information Services 




Wanda Lancaster 
Coordinator of Special Events 




Rick Eason 

Director of Development 



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Computer 
Services 



Robert Radford 

Computer Operator/ Programmer 




Bob Stage — Manager, Food Service 

Clynn Whitworth — Manager, Food Service 

John Hopkins — Assistant Manager, Food Service 



Saga 

Food 

Service 

Although these men are 
not employed directly by the 
University, they are still peo- 
ple who are seen every day 
by SU students fortunate 
enough to be on the meal 
plan. 




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Office of Fiscal Affairs 





Nancy Smithwick — Secretary, Floyd B. Lackey — Director of Purchasing 



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Sitting: Leona Morris, Dorothy Williams. Standing: Janice Brewer, Jan Puskarich, Eileen Jacobs, Betty Knauth — Director of Ac- 
counting, Wanda Minyard. 



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1) Financial Aid Office 

Gloria Duffy — Staff Assistant 

Charlotte Taylor — Director of Financial Aid 

2) Admissions Office 

Judy Wenzel — Assistant Director of Admissions 

Carol Jankowski — Assistant Director of Admissions 

Terry Flagg — Admission Counselor 

Judy Schmoeller — Admission Counselor 

Michael Rossman — Associate Director of Admissions 

Not Pictured: Paul Grady Anderson — Associate Vice 

President for Admissions 

3) Registrars Office 

Nancy McQuistion — Clerk 
Kathleen Todd — Senior Secretary 
George Brightwell — Registrar 
Janice Hester — Recorder 



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Administrative 
Secretaries 

Thanks to all of these women who make 
each office run smoothly . . . 

1) Faye Johnson — Secretary to the Dean of 
the Brown College of Arts and Sciences. 

2) Pat Anderson — Secretary to the Vice Presi- 
dent and Provost and Dorthy Thomas — 
Secretary to the President. 

3) Beverly Turner, Linda Motheral, and Em- 
malee Hubble — Secretaries in the Office of 
Admissions. 

4) Brenda Masek — Secretary to the Dean for 
Student Development. 

5) Jan Nowlin — Secretary to the Vice Presi- 
dent for University Relations. 

6) Barbara Sappington — Secretary to the Vice 
President for Educational Services. 

7) Shirley Miller — Secretary in the Sid 
Richardson Physical Education Center. 

8) Ruth Thomas — Secretary to the Vice Presi- 
dent for Fiscal Affairs. 

9) Marjorie Beech — Secretary to the 
Chancellor. 

10) Faye Hubbard — Secretary to the Univer- 
sity News Service. 



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Norma Shaw — Secretary to the Dean of Fine Arts 




Cody Memorial Library Staff — Seated: Mary Stout, Mary Pat McLaughlin, Beatrice Cantu, Louise Grapski. Standing: Henry Wolgemuth, Helen Seeley, 
Charlaine Eicher, Dr. John D. Swartz, Charlotte Eanes, Jutta Sharpe, John Bigley. 



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1) Casey Triggs, Student Senate President, congratulates President Shilling on 
his inauguration day. 

2) President Shilling and Ralph Yarbourough — State Legislator. 

3) Distinguished Alumnae Award Dinner . . . Lester Clark, recipient, Robert T. 
Roark (center), President of Southwestern's Alumni Association. 








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South western's Programs for Excellence 
Continues With Shilling Era 

In 1981 and 1982, Southwestern was filled with changes The biggest change 
occured with the inauguaration of a new President — Dr. Roy B. Shilling, Jr. 
Presidents have a way of including their own personality into their administra- 
tions, and President Shilling's will be no exception. The era of Shilling is now a 
part of Southwestern. After a very successful year, Southwestern's 13th Presi- 
dent and his administration have created a master plan that Southwestern will 
follow in the years to come. A program of excellence is in order to achieve na- 
tional recognition. If the present is any indication fo what is to come, 
Southwestern can expect expansion physically and spiritually under President 
Roy B. Shilling, Jr. 




1) Newly inaugurated President Shilling poses with his 
daughter Nancy and his wife Margaret. 

2) Former President Dr. Durwood Flemming, Mrs. I. J. Mc- 
Cook, Dr. I. J. McCook, President Roy B. Shilling, Jr. and Vice 
President of Fiscal Affairs, Kirk Treible. These five people met 
in order to dedicate the oil painting of Dr. McCook to the Of- 
fice of Fiscal Affairs. 

3) These are only a few of the certificates of welcome from 
Universities across the nation to President Roy B. Shilling, Jr. 
on the occasion of his inauguration. The President even 
received a letter of welcome from the President of the United 
States — Ronald Reagan. 




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Dr. Durwood Fleming, Dr. Roy B. Shilling, Mr. A. 
Frank Smith, Jr., and Dr. William Finch pose for a 
minute before the inauguration. 

2. Dr. Shilling delivers his inauguration address. 

3. Mrs. Annette Wilks brought greetings on behalf of 
the Board of Trustees before Dr. Shilling was 
presented with the Presidential medallion. 
Page 147 Cutlines: 

1. Dr. and Mrs. Fleming and Dr. and Mrs. Shilling at 
the inaugural dinner. 

2. Dr. Shilling is given the University medallion. 

3. President Shilling presents the renovation plan 
for the Lois Perkins Chapel. 

4. Mrs. Charles Murphy of the Houston Endowment 
Inc. is applauded for her work in making 
Southwestern's renovated Fondren-Jones Hall a 
reality. 

5. President Shilling prepares to be inaugurated. 



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Maintenance 

A breakdown in the plumbing is no easy job 
to fix. It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do 
it. 

When carpets are magically cleaned, when 
tables and chairs seem to set themselves up, 
when people aren't screaming in the morning 
because there is hot water, or when the 
greenery around campus 'Seems to take 
"nature's course," you can bet that someone 
from Charley Ray's magnificent maintenance 
crew has been in or around the area. 



148 




1) Director of Mainteance — Mr. Charley Ray 

2) Sitting: Daniel Munoz, Vic Williams, Joe LePage, Arman- 
do Robles, and Don Ayers. Standing: Albert Hurtado, David 
Vasquez, Frankie Quintanilla, Raul Mungia, Jim Shaw, Fred 
Osuna, John Smith, La Juana Langowski, Emma Fielder, Pat 
Williams Back Row: Steve Fedor, Fred Stevener, Eligio Dela 
Cruz, Jack Dixon, Don Buchanan. 

3) Celia Zertuche — Fondren-Jones Science Hall 

4) Lynn Hooper, Jimmy Green 

5) Sarah Jean Johnson, Geraldine Stanford 

6) Lula Richter, Clara Williams 

7) Johnnie Faye Barnes, Linda Williams 
8> Richard Roberts 

9) Leon Cloud 

10) Willie Montgomery, Rose Aleman 

11) Frieda Merkord 

Not Pictured: Jewell Barfield, Frank Santella, Zefrin Kocian, 
C. W. Jacobs, Douglas Lutz, Samuel Langdon, Pedro 
Palomino, Gilbert Zieschang, Bennie Boyd, Martha Martinka, 
Ila Ashby, Natalie Medrano, Esther Mendoza, Frances Nemec, 
Dorris R. Holden, Delores Reyes, Torivia Zavala, Paul Zavala, 
Rose Medrano. 




S.U. Bookstore 
Staff 



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Post 

Office 

Staff 




Verine Mueller and 
Wanda Vogler, Senior 
Postmistress, (Wanda's 
23rd year). 



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Freshmen Study Habits 





Tune in next week when Kathy says "Don't fence me 
in." 




The Process of Creating Ideas 



Mass Confusion 



Students seek Egg Foo Yung 



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'Hi Mom!' 





People at Play 





'Hi Dad!" 



A Parisian Among Us 



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It Snowed! 



On January 13, less than two weeks into the new year, 
snow covered the campus. Perhaps this unique weather is 
a premonition for a very unique year. 




Freeze your face 







Insanity is the spice of life 






Beth and Jannae take a shot at the photog 



Nothing like a cold drink on a frozen cold inner tube. 




So southerners have to make do. 




p- .- Neither cold nor . . . will keep Carry 
and Craig from their appointed 
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From the Editor 



Reflections, 

Reflections past, present — 

Here, now, then, there ... 

Direction 

How many connotations! — 

"Look to the East!" 

"Go West! — Where the gold is!" 

The Black, 

And then there's the South 

And it's all the same,' 

And you're here. 

Reflections of you, — them 

Reflections of you living. 

Living in a cabin on a mountain in the 

middle of nowhere for all I care, but 
Reflections! — Seen wading in 

muddy water; off the misty fog 
Inanimate objects finally come to 

life and stir some kind of meaning 

into an otherwise meaningless existence. 
It's here, there 
With just you and me, 
Reflections of us. 




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STUDENT INDEX 



BROWN SCHOOL OF 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

FACULTY 

Dr. Martha Allen, 116 

Mrs. Norma Assadorian, 126 

Mr. Andre Briatte, 116 

Dr. David C. Blumenfeld, 28, 116 

Mr. George A. Brightwell, 116, 141 

Dr. Virginia Carwell, 116 

Dr. John B. Chapman, 1 16 

Mrs RedaF. Clay, 71, 116 

Dr. B.Joe Colwell, 116 

Dr. Weldon S. Crowley, 116 

Dr. Judson S.Custer, 116 

Dr. Jan Dawson, 118 

Mrs. Charlaine Eicher, 126 

Mr. Harold D. E 1 dson, 118 

Dr. BilheG. Fullingim. 118 

Dr. Leonard Giesecke, 118 

Dr. William S. GUmore, 118 

Dr. EbC. Girvin, 118 

Rev. Francis Gomez, 118 

Dr. Elaine Graybill, 118 

Dr. Jack Harris, 118 

Mr. Richard C. Harris, 1 18 

Dr.T. Walter Herbert, Jr., 21, 120 

Dr. Fred Hilgeman, 120 

Dr. Dan C. Hilliard, 120 

Dr. W. Douglas Hooker, 120 

Dr. Horace S. Jacob, 38, 120 

Mrs. Sharon K. Johnson, 120 

Dr. Tex L. Kassen, 120 

Dr. Edward M. Lansford, 120 

Dr. Robert Lee, 120 

Mr. James L. Mallon, 120 

Mrs Jane B. McCook, 122 

Dr. Robert Morgan, 122 

Dr. Thomas Morgan, 122 

Dr. Bruce Mossman, 122 

Ms. Glada Munt, 121 

Dr. Gwen K. Neville, 122 

Dr. Francis W O'Brien, 122 

Dr. Lois W. Parker, 122 

Mr Paul D. Peak, 68, 122 

Dr. Jesse E. Purdy, 39, 122 

Dr Regine Reynolds-Cornell, 124 

Dr. Gary H. Richter, 124 

Dr. Kenneth D. Roberts, 124 

Mrs. Gerhild Rogers, 20, 124 

Mr. Peter Roussaki, 53, 55, 132 

Dr. John Score, 124 

Dr. William Nick Sikes, 124 

Dr. Farley W. Snell, 124 

Dr Robert L. Soulen, 124 

Dr. Eldred C. Speck, 124 

Dr Norman W. Spellmann, 124 

Ms Mary Stout, 126 

Dr. Suk-soon Suh, 38, 126 

Dr. Jon D.Swartz, 126 

Dr. Sturdy Wanamaker, 1 26 

Dr. Ralph M. Whitmore, 126 

Mr. Henry Wolgemuth, 126 

SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 
FACULTY 

Mr. Richard Bass, 130 

Mrs. Muriel Burress, 130 

Mr. Stephen Daly, 22 

Mr Tom Douglass, 130 

Ms. Virginia Dupy, 130 

Mr. Guss Farmer, 22, 130 

Dr. Richard Hossalla, 60, 130 

Ms. Drusilla Huffmaster, 130 

Mr. Claude Kennard, 130 

Dr. George Nelson, 53, 132 

Mr. John Oertling, 60, 116, 132 

Dr. Ellsworth Peterson, 20, 22, 132 

Mr. Raymond Schroeder, 132 

Mr. Ismael Soto, 22 

Mr. Stephen Temple, 22 

Ms Mary Visser, 22, 132 

Dr. Gary Warmink, 132 

David Ainsworth, 60 

Rose Aleman, 148 

Pat Anderson, 142 

Donald Ayers, 148 

Johnnie Barnes, 148 

Marjone Beech, 142 

John Bigley, 143 

Janice Brewer, 140 

Barbara Brightwell, 115 

George Brightwell, 53 

J.D.Buchanan, 148 

Tom Buckner, 138 



BeaCantu, 143 

Kenneth Chambers, 149 

Leon Cloud, 148 

Judson S. Custer, 115 

Eligio Dela Cruz, 148 

James Dixon, 148 

Gloria Duffy, 141 

Charlotte Eanes, 143 

Rick Eason, 138 

Charlaine Eicher, 143 

Gwen Elliott, 39, 136 

Stephen Fedor, 148 

Emma Fielder, 148 

Terri Flagg, 141 

Durwood Fleming, 1 1 5, 145, 146, 147 

Louise Grapski, 143 

James Green, 148 

Don Heins, 136 

Linda Helliwell, 137 

Janice Hester, 141 

Lynn Hooper, 148 

John Hopkins, 139 

Fay Hubbard, 142 

Emmalee Hubble, 142 

Albert Hurtado, 148 

Eileen Jacobs, 140 

Carol Jankowski, 141 

Faye Johnson, 142 

Sarah J. Johnson, 148 

William B. Jones, 20, 115 

Betty Knauth, 140 

Floyd Lackey, 140 

Wanda Lancaster, 138 

Lajuana Langowski, 148 

JoeLePage, 148 

Theodore Lucas, 115 

Brenda Masek, 142 

Anne Matthews, 137 

Mary Pat McLaughlin, 143 

Nancy McQuistion, 141 

Frieda Merkord, 148 

Shirley Miller, 142 

Wanda Minyard, 140 

Willie Montgomery, 148 

Leona Morris, 140 

Linda Motheral, 142 

Verine Mueller, 149 

RaulMungia, 148 

Daniel Munoz, 148 

Bill Nelson, 136 

JanN 

Shirley Miller, 142 

Wanda Minyard, 140 

Willie Montgomery, 148 

Leona Morns, 140 

Linda Motheral, 142 

Verine Mueller, 149 

PaulMungia. 148 

y Pat McLa 

Scott Reikofski, 53, 136 

Lula Richter, 148 

Richard Roberts, 148 

Armando Robles, 148 

Mike Rossman, 141 

Barbara Sappington, 142 

Judy Schmoeller, 141 

Jake Schrum, 115 

DottieSecor, 137 

Helen Seeley, 143 

JuttaSharpe, 143 

Jim Shaw, 148 

Norma Shaw, 143 

Benjamin Sherman, 14, 29, 136 

Roy B. Shilling, Jr., 1 14, 144, 145, 146, 147 

James Simonson, 136 

John Smith, 148 

Nancy Smithwick, 140 

Bob Stage, 139 

Geraldine Stanford, 148 

JoAnn Starr, 138 

Fred Stevener, 148 

Mary Stout, 143 

Jon Swartz, 143 

William D.Swift, 115 

Charlotte Taylor, 141 

Dorthy Thomas, 142 

Ruth Thomas, 142 

Kathleen Todd, 141 

KirkTreible, 115 

Beverly Turner, 142 

Paul Upthegrove, 136 

David Vasquez, 148 

Wanda Vogler, 149 

Judy Wenzel, 141 

Clynn Whitworth, 139 

Virginia Wiggins, 149 

Clara Lee Williams, 148 



Dorothy Williams, 140 
Linda Williams, 148 
Patricia Williams, 148 
Victor Williams, 148 
Henry Wolgemuth, 143 
Celia Zertuche, 148 
Carolyn Abraham, 28 
Anna Marie Abraham, 44, 71 
Ronald Acevedo 
Karen Ada, 36, 37, 44, 52, 94 
Laura Mae Adam 
John C. Adams, 50, 106 
Alison E. Ader, 14, 33, 94 
Sabrina Adrian, 53, 55 
Ellen Affleck, 26, 54, 84 
Benjamin Aguayo 
Sungnam, Sue Ahn, 106 
Karla Kay Ailts, 44, 50, 84 
Lucienne E. Aitken, 44, 46 
Edward P. Akin IV, 106 
Abdallah Alaoui M., 33, 94 
Audie Alcorn, 50 

David C. Alexander, 11, 14, 15, 29, 37, 53, 84 
Michael Alexander, 41, 45, 52, 53, 84 
Michelle L. Allen, 71 
Theresa A. Ambrose 
Lisa Amos, 35, 42, 84 
Bryan Gee Anderson 
Christina K. Anderson, 55, 106 
Mark A. Anderson 
Lydia Maria Andrade, 106 
Cheryl Andrew, 84 
Dolores Arce, 100 
Arthur Arispe 

Derek S. Armsworth, 34, 41, 48, 54, 84 
Gaylen Arnold, 100 
Trudy D. Arrendell 
William M.Ashe, Jr. 
Margaret E. Atkinson, 45 
Larry D. Augustus, 35, 48 
Annette C. Austin, 36, 41, 42, 45, 84 
Sheryl J. Avaritt 
Tracy Roy Baack, 84 
Polly Ann Bachler 
David Paul Backus 
Ana Iris Bailey, 84 
Betty Jean Bailey, 84 
John Henry Baker, 36, 84 
John Dixon Baldwin, 94 
Rhonda Ballard, 44, 100 
Mary D. Ballou, 37, 94, 45, 41 
Keith D. Barber, 106, 48, 52 
Stephen Barker, 94, 48 
Beth Barnes, 52 
Duke J. D.Barnes 

Barry G Barrios, 12, 45, 52, 53, 54, 55, 84 
Paul T. Barton, 55, 53 
John Croley Bass, 48 
Stephen L. Bass, 34, 50, 53, 106 
Richard C. Bateman, 53, 55, 106 
Barbara Ann Baum 
Jan Ha|da Beard, 42, 94 
Leonard K. Bearden, 100 
Mark Beatty, 46, 51 
Richard S. Beitter, 100 
Edward H.Bell III, 68,85 
Faron David Bell, 100 
Tess L. Belle 
David Ray Belz 
Tammy Benedict, 35, 94 
Kay Dawn Bennett, 43, 85 
Laura Bennett, 51,94 
Carol Ann Benziger 
Beverly Berkey, 15, 35, 36, 43, 54, 94 
Sarah J. Berthold, 51, 106 
Ruth E. Bettis, 33 
Beth Michelle Biar, 42, 45, 85 
James C. Bickford, 106 
Denise Bird 
Karl Erwin Black 
Alan Dwane Blackman, 106 
Pamela Lyn Blaha, 94 
Leslie Rhea Bledsoe, 40. 50, 1 06 
Georgianne Bode, 43, 46, 61, 100 
Kristin L. Boerner 
Susan Boggess 

Richard H. Bohan, 37, 52, 100 
Brady Scott Bohannon 
Edward P. Bolger, Jr., 48 
Adreayn Booker, 94 
Lillian Boren, 106 
Elizabeth Bost 
Thomas Bousquet, Jr., 47 
Randy Bowden, 106 
Patricia A. Bowerman 
Susan K. Bowerman 
Elizabeth A. Boyer, 71, 94 



Philip Brandes 

Roger Del Brandt II, 34, 50, 106 

Ann Brashear, 37, 52, 53, 55, 100 

Andre Briatte 

Russell S. Briggs, 41, 45, 68, 85 

Vickey Lynn Brooks 

David A. Brookshire 

Kara Brown 

Daena Sue Bruce 106 

Thomas O. Brumett, 26, 34, 39, 50, 94 

John J. Buchanan, 15, 50, 54, 58, 85 

William Buckner, 50, 52 

G. Elizabeth C. Buford 

Adnana L. Bujosa, 44, 47, 85 

Jeanne Bulla, 85, 29 

Linda Gay Burk, 14, 26, 32, 33, 85 

Elmo James Burke III, 50, 94 

K. Colleen Burke, 33, 106 

Gary Burklund 

Michelle Burlingame 

Mary-Dawn Burnett, 85 

Cynthia Kay Burns, 15, 42, 43, 54, 85 

Katherine A. Burns 

Martha Burns, 15,33 

Charles R. Burns Sr. 

Christine Burtner, 45, 53, 106 

Brian Ray Burton, 50, 52, 106 

Kelly Jon Byers, 46 

Martha Byram, 106 

Nora Isabel Cadena, 32, 100 

Jane A. Calhoun 

Martha Jo Callaway 

Lisa JoCanady 

Eileen A. Capuli, 85 

Les David Cardiff, 94 

Leanne Cardwell 

Lonanne M. Carlson 

Marie S. Carlson 

Melissa Carolan, 44, 94 

David B. Carpenter 

Clay Bryan Carr, III, 36 

Richard G. Carrasco, 48 

Karen Kay Carter, 50, 85 

Linda Ann Carter, 44, 46, 85 

Christopher R. Case 

Charles V. Caseon, 86 

Lisa Alfreda Caviel, 71 

Linda Cavness, 43, 86 

Caroline G. Chalmers, 86 

Kelly Ann Chambers, 43, 86 

Dan P. Chaney, 26, 46 

Joy Lynn Chapman, 14, 26, 44 

Mary C. Chapman, 26, 4 1 , 45, 52, 94 

Abdeslam Chebaa, 106 

Donna Ruth Chiles 

Brent Dwaine Chipley, 106 

John Chomiak, Jr. 

Yong Hye Helen Chon, 52, 106 

Lee Foster Christie, 48 

KelleyS. Clark, 16, 35,86 

Stephen D. Cleveland, 50 

Jeanne Clifford, 41, 45, 94 

Robert Charles Coats, 37, 53, 86 

Steven Cobb, 29, 41, 42, 48, 86 

Eric Leroy Coe 

Christopher P. Coke, 1 06 

Linda Cole, 43, 100 

Rita Helen Colvin 

Carol Ann Comer, 107 

Scott Concelman, 47 

Dennis Conder, 48 

Timothy J. Conlev, 50 

Marjorie E. Connell 

Laura Gayle Cook, 107 

George Wade Copeland, 107 

Marilyn Sue Coppi 

Connie Lee Cornell, 38, 42, 86 

Ann B. Cornish 

Judy Corso 

Janet Larue Cowan, 36 

Kathleen M. Cowan, 1 1, 47, 60, 61 

Christopher Cragg, 26, 41, 50 

Louise Craig, 107 

Charles H.Cree, 55, 100 

Sheryl D. Crenshaw, 55, 107 

Karen L. Crenwelge, 49, 86 

Kimberly Crenwelge 

Wade M. Creson 

Linda Cressman 

Terri Lynn Crider 

Carolyn Croom, 51, 94 

Keith E.Crosslin, 100 

Cindy Ann Crouch, 35, 44, 100 

Joan T. Crouch 

Linda J. Crow, 51,94 

Michael P. Cuff 

Katherine Cullen, 95 



158 



Stephen J. Culver. 95 
Tami Lvnn Curtis, 26, 100 
Thomas Jem- Curtis, 95 
Karen Dailey. 51 
Kathv Dian Damman, 52 
Paul A. Danielson, 52, 107 
Jov Beth Danner 
Marian Dare 
Traci A. Dattalo, 45, 107 
Mitchell S- Davies, 86 
Boris D. Davis, 100 
Brian Davis, 50 

Kimberlv K. Davis, 52, 53, 55, 107 
Deborah J. Dav. 86 
Laura Hlen Day, 44, 100 
Ruth Ellen Dav 
Robert E. DeLair. 12, 14, 52, 94 
Debra D, Decatur 
Claudia K. Dedear, 86 
Michele Degrandchamp 
Aliaa Sue Delleney 
Penelope S- Delotto, 86 
Paz V. Delrosano, 95 
Dawne Demel, 53 
David E, Demers 
John Denier. Jr., 38, 42, 87 
Debra Lvnne Denson, 107 
Carol Deschner. 36, 50, 51 
Bnan A, Devaney, 48 
Alfreda P. Dewitt 
EsauSoren Diaz, 53, 101 
Blake Neal Dick, 107 
Jon M. Dickson 
David Diehl 

James M. Dobbins, 46, 101 
Dobbs, Sandra, 60 
Sharon P. Dobias, 41, 42, 51 
Oscar Paul Dockery, 101, 53 
Kvle A. Donaldson 
Kerri Kim Dowd, 37 
William E. Downham, 46, 101 
Luke P. Doyle, 46 
V'icci Lorraine Drake 
Terrell M. Driskell 
Erin Adnenne Duffy. 47 
Michelle L. Dumais, 52, 107 
Treva Jean Dvorak 
Michael Carl Dyck 
Kim Louise Dykes, 45, 107 
Adnenne Earls, 107 
Patricia S. Eason 
Susan Lvnn Eason. 43, 101 
Darlena Lynn East 
John Mark Eaves, 47 
Emily Ebensberger, 44 
Martha Ebensberger, 41, 44, 54, 95 
Jackie L Edwards, 68 
Rachel A. Edwards, 45. 57, 101 
David G. Eimann, 39, 87 
Lisa Dawn Elbers 
Elizabeth A. Ellis 
Daniel Engle 
Michael S. English, 53, 95 
Candan H. Erkmen, 46, 101 
Luis Escalante, Jr., 95 
Clay Hamilton Estes, 101 
John R. Evans, 48 
Walter D. Evans 
Tamala Lynne Exum, 53, 107 
Joan E. Pabac 

Leslie Brent Farney, 34, 107 
John Edward Fan- 
Russell C. Faulkner, 3, 52 
Eliz L. Fenoglio 
Linda Joy Ficklin 
Janet Lynn Fiero, 42, 87 
Terri L. Finley 
Linda A. Fischer, 95 
Catherine E. Fisher, 12, 101 
David J. Fisher, 48, 107 
Laurie Fisher, 35,43, 107 
Edmound Fitzpatrick, 22, 52, 60, 61 
William E. Flanigin, 48 
Tyler Riggs Fletcher, 95 
P. Jamelle Flowers, 36, 87 
Reginald L. Foley 
Cynthia Jane Forbess, 45, 87 
Carole Anne Forcier 
Bnan Keith Ford 
T, Benson Ford, 101 
Jeffrey E. Forrester, 47, 95 
Karen L. Foust, 71,87 
Paula Francis, 40, 44, 53, 1 1 
Anton E. Fraps, IV 
Lisa K. Freeman, 87 
Elizabeth French, 51, 107 
Joseph J French III, 48, 87 
James Olin Fross, II, 52 
Mark Wilson Frost, 46 
Merne M, Frost 
Margaret Fuge, 43 
Sandra K. Fulenwider, 87, 95 
Cheryl Gamblin 
Jon Gambrell 
Glona O Garcia 
Stephen Kyle Gardner, 10, 29, 41, 42, 48, 54, 



87 

Lisa Jane Garrett 
Susan L. Garrett 
Beth Garrison 
Patsy Ann Garrison, 101 
Lucy Jones Garth, 47. 1 01 
Mary Gelber, 42, 49, 53, 95 
Leslie Ann Geller 
Gaye Gentes, 41 

Betty Ruth Gibbs, 43, 52, 53, 107 
Juliana Gileau 
John Wesley Gilpin, 46 
Teresa Diane Ginn 
James A. Giroux, 107 
James David Gold 
Walter Goll, Jr. 
Richard H. Gonzalez, 95 
Victor R. Gonzalez, 95 
Frederick Goode 
Debra D. Goodwin 
John R.Gould, 47. 61 
Alice Louise Grapski 
Janiece Gray, 71 
Walter Gray 
Ronald Green 

Susan Greenlaw, 43, 50, 60, 101 
Laurie Greer, 107 
Qi Guan, 87 
Pablo A. Guerrero 
Debra A. Gutierrez 
Sharon Anne Guyton 
David Hailey, 46 
Maurya Beth Hajda 
Joseph A. Halbrook, Jr., 50, 87 
Robert Noble Hale, 101 
Randy Parker Hall 
Robyn Toynette Hall, 39, 45, 95 
Shera Gwendolyn Hall, 26, 44 
RitaHalphen, 15, 107 
Hambelton, Thos., 47 
Robert A. Hamblen, 26, 50, 54, 101 
David A. Hansen, 46 
R. Brent Hardaway 
Jill Kay Hardin 
Emily E. Hardt. 61,87 
Holly Sue Hardy, 88 
Hunter, Kell Hardy. 48 
Joni Kay Hardy, 43. 107 
Julie Allison Hardy, 49, 53 
Virginia C. Hardy, 16, 32, 53, 57, 60, 102 
Jane M. Harris 
Lori Lee Harris 
Margaret J. Hams, 26 
Mikal Nea! Hart, 42 
Shen Louise Hassler 
Earl Thomas Hathaway 
Peri Haun,95 
Janet M. Havelka, 71, 95 
Scott David Hawn 
William H. Haygood, Jr., 45 
Tracee Haynes, 111 
Derryan Heacock, 51, 53, 102 
Shannon L. Heacock, 47, 88 
Dennis M. Heath, 48 
Kevin Troy Hedges, 50 
Nancy Heflin, 32, 42, 52, 85 
Jana Hegar. 26, 43, 95 
Gerry Lee Heitman 
Kay Ellen Q. Hejl 
Jeanne A. Hengst 
Michael Marcus Henry, 50, 108 
David Herren, 26, 53, 85 
Julie Ann Herrera 
Thomas C. Herzig, 50, 108 
Audrey Heselmeyer 
Richard Heyduck, 55, 102 
Steven Curt Heyduck, 53, 55, 108 
Karen Hicks, 88 
Pamela Ann Higgins, 44, 108 
Andra P. Higgs, 68 
Elizabeth S Hiles, 95 
Susan K. Hilgeman, 45, 102 
David Ivins Hill, 22, 24, 52, 88 
Louanna Kay Hill 

Laura K. Hinson, 41, 42, 44, 50, 54, 95 
Sandra Ann Hobbs 
Carl W. Hodges, 88 
Jo Evelyn Holdren 
Lois Dianne Holley 
Scott R. Holliman, 52, 108 
Brooks Lynn Holman 
Jerry R. Holmes, 96 
Michael Hood, 108 
Deana Lynne Hook, 50, 53, 102 
Dorothy B, Hooker 
Rebecca Lee Hooper, 53, 102 
Kathryn F. Hoover, 96 
Rhonda Renee Hopkins, 108 
Barbara Horan, 108 
Karen Louise Horn, 71 
Leigh-Anne Horton, 8, 26, 35, 45, 96 
Robert S. Horton 
Janice Gail Houy. 53, 55, 108 
Bradley D, Howard, 36, 85 
Daniela Howell 
Nancy Jean Howell, 102 



Nita Darlene Howell, 53, 55, 96 
Randall Howell, 46, 102 

/alter G. Howell 
Amy Jean Hubbard 
Candace Marie Huff, 88 
Bessie Parker Hughes 
Karen Hughes 
Robb Brent Hughey, 108 
Tara Lynne Hulse, 50, 108 
KimL. Hunter, 108 
Charles F. Hurts 
D. Keith Husbands, 46, 80, 91 
Brenda Hutchins, 43 
Douglas E. Hutchins, 48, 85 
George W. Hutchinson, 102 
William B.Hyatt, 48 
Stephen Dean Ingram, 96 
David Pope Inman, 32, 60, 61, 108 
Theresa M. Inzarry, 102 
Martha L. Isbell, 37, 45, 96 
Ben|amin Jackson, Jr., 48 
Kenneth K. Jackson, 108 
Tilma Sharon H. James 
Carol Jamcek 
Julie Morrow Jansen 
Jean T. Janssen, 10, 26, 35, 44, 102 
Amy Elizabeth Jarvis, 41, 44, 50, 88 
Dawn Mane Jensen, 44 
Bai-Geng Jiang, 88 
Carolyn Sue Jobe, 60, 61 
Barry S. Johnson 
Barry Todd Johnson, 48 
Carol E. Johnson 
James B. Johnson 
Lisa Carol Johnson, 108 
Ryan Keith Johnson, 50, 108 
Sheldon Ray Johnson, 55 
Walter C. Johnson, Jr., 50, 108 
Judith Carol Jones 
Lauren Jones, 26, 96 
Roy F.Jones 

Rodney Keith Kaase, 108 
James K. Kalinec 
Kevin B. Kalinec 
Amy Kane, 44, 108 
Karen C. Kantralis 
George Thomas Kash, 68 
Hillery Keith, 39, 43, 88 
Nancy Renee Keller 
Janice Lee Kelley 
Peter Kennedy 
Janice Kenyon, 43 
Stephen Michael Kerr 
Marv Ellen Kersch 
Lisa Jean Key, 45, 102 
Tracy Diane Killian, 47 
Elaine Killingsworth, 89 
Kelly Kaye King, 45, 108 
Shannon Kirkpatnck, 26, 42, 44, 54, 96 
Susan M. Kirkpatnck, 44, 50, 54, 96 
Valerie G. Kiser, 89 
Michael Kling 
Michael J. Klorer 
Jeannie Knight, 44, 46 
Ten-ill, D Knobel 
Stefanie Ann Knutson, 15, 52, 108 
Linda E. Kofman 
Mark C. Kubicki, 47 
Kathie Lvnn Kuebel 
Elizabeth E. Kurtz, 47 
Kellv Kurtz 
Thomas P Kurtz. 47 
Tina Diane Lafuente 
Charles E. Laing.Jr., 50 
J. Louise Lander, 89 
Loy Ann Lange 
Sandy C Langford 
D'Layne Langlinais, 108 
Martha Wills Lantz 
Rosanna L. Lapham, 14, 16, 50, 57, 89 
Kevin Latz, 50 
W. Glenn Laurence 
Linda K. Lawler, 51,96 
Shannon Lawler, 108 
F. James Lawson 
Edward E. Leassear, 68 
Jack E Lederman 
Sheila Ledoux, 60, 102 
Annette Lee, 39, 51, 89 
Lisa Ann Lee, 44 
Robert E Lee, II, 9, 47, 89 
Angel S. Leffingwell 
Steven B. Leggett, 50 
EncF Leidlein, 12, 14, 16,35 
Susan Lynne Leidy, 58 
Peggy Leisennng, 96 
Louis Angel Leon 
Michael R Leonard 
Robert D. Leonard, Jr. 
Marcia A. Lesesne, 21,89 
Steven Leshikar 
Lydia D. Levy, 47 
Mark Carl Lewis, Jr., 50, 102 
Kenneth W. Lieck, 52. 56,60, 61, 108 
Anita Lightfoot. 55, 109 
Amye S. Lilljedahl, 45, 109 



Franklin P. Lilly 96 

Louis Kelhs Lilly 

Elizabeth Lipscomb, 44 

Donna R. Little 

Jeff Livin 

Moises Llanes 

Ellen Lockwood, 37, 43, 52, 102 

Gregory Loggins, 96 

Lori Ann Longacre, 71 

Larry D. Longmore 

Christopher C. Lopez, 89 

Joe M. Lopez 

Harold J. Lotz, Jr. 

Janiece M. Loudon 

M. Keith Lowery, 96 

John Luce, 60, 61 

SaraLudvig, 37, 53, 55, 102 

Melissa Lukin 

Donna Lynn Lummus. 44 

Richard D. Luna, 37, 41, 45, 53, 54, 55, 89 

Cynthia A. Lund, 51, 53, 55, 108 

Ciark E. Lyda 

C. Bruton Lynch, 46, 51. 96 

Norma M Maedgen 

Laura Ma)or, 44, 89 

Cindy Mane Manchi 

Kimberlv Marchbanks 

Billye Jean Marek 

Deborah Lee Mann, 14, 53, 109 

Mehnda Markey, 44, 50, 109 

Karen Mans, 43, 102 

Jennifer Marshall 

Catnna Monet Martin, 52, 60 

James Russell Martin, 46, 103 

Lisa Rosetta Martin, 40, 109 

Randy Ross Martin, 41, 42, 48, 54, 96 

John W Martinez 

Joseph D. Martinez, 53 

Linda Carol Martinka 

Ticha Mashambanhaka, 89 

Stephen Massia 

M. Karen Matthews, 53 

Alex McAfee. Jr., 109 

Elizabeth McAllister, 47 

Bruce McCaskill, 36, 96 

Donnie F. McClendon, 35, 10 c 

Shari J. McConville, 36 

James Richard McCord 

Sharon McCrary 

Kimberlv McCullough, 103 

Paige W. McDaniel, 43, 60, 61, 96 

Carol Lee McFarland, 55, 109 

Thomas McGee 

Michael C. McGinnis, 89 

Mary S. Mclntire 

Elizabeth Anne McKay, 43, 96 

Ester Susan McKay, 26, 35, 43, 96 

Scott C. McKee 

Laura Beth McKev, 89 

David W. McLaughlin 

Arthur D. McMakin, 47 

Laura Ann McMakin, 40. 109, 147 

Michelle L. McNeelv, 35, 50. 109 

Rob A. McQuillen 

Nancy Kay McQuistion 

Malcolm D. McQuoid, 60, 61 

Cynthia McSkimming, 97 

Kathleen I Meagher 

Robin Meathenia 

Wade Medlin 

Alice Louise Meeks, 89 

Anne Louise Mehevec 

Thomas W. Mehlman, 36, 48, 90 

Catherine Mendenhall, 97 

Laura Anne Merrill, 52, 53, 109 

Julie Ann Meyer, 37, 53, 54, 103 

Ten A. Michalik 

Daniel Oscar Mickan, 26 

J. Kevin Middleton, 14, 33, 97 

MikeMiddleton. 10, 109 

Cheryl A. Miles 

Carolyn R. Miller 

Donna Miller 

James A. Miller III, 109 

Joyce Miller 

Kathleen Milligan, 109 

GayleG. Minchew 

Arthur J. Mitchell 

Pam Mitchell 

Presley Martin Mock. 26, 36, 41 4 _ 90 

Carol Moe. 39. 90 

Robert Montalbo. 97 

Ada Thelma Montova. 109 

Stattler Mood, 50 

Randal Moodv 

Elizabeth Ann Moore, 90 

Harrv Lee Moore, 1 1 

Howard R Moore 

Kathryn E. Moore. 14, 15, 16, 33. 57 

Peggv Moore 

Russell Troy Moritz. 68, 109 

Lori Rea Morlock, 109 

Pollv G. Morrison, 52, 53 

Elizabeth L. Morse 

Earl L Moseley, Jr . 14. 26, 50, 52, 54, 103 

Robert W. Motherwell. 4S 



159 



Karol KaeMoye, 108 

Robin Rae Move, 43, 46 

Joann Beth Mueller 

Marianne Mulloy, 52 

Kim Patterson Mulvey, 90 

Alice Munro-Ferguson 

Megan P. Murphy, 54, 47, 90 

Timothy E. Murray, 14, 53, 109 

Cliffords. Myers, 47 

Rhonda Lee Myers, 97 

Sylvia Nannini, 51 

Edna Dickey Nation ^ 

Lisa Natoli, 90 

Esther M. Navarro 42, 97 

Sharon L. Nazarenus 

Brian K.Neal, 61,109 

Bryan Keith Neal 

Scott Neal, 103 

Debra Gail Nedbalek, 71, 97 

Kyle Scott Neely, 35 

Diana G.Nelson, 51, 97 

Jennifer Lee Nelson, 40, 43, 53, 103 

Julie Marie Nelson 

Ronda Lisa Nelson, 44, 90 

Anthony Neuendorff 

Patrick j. Neuendorff, 26 

Molly L. Newcomer, 43, 109 

Jeff Nixon, 47 

Nancy Lynn Noble 

Sharon Novominsky 

John Warren Nowlin, 50, 109 

Laura M. Nunez 

Kyle Cameron Nunley, 36, 48, 90 

Carol E. O'Connell 

Diane L. Oertli 

Liz Oglesbee 

Bruce Cabot Olin 

Mark Alan Oliver 

Kelly Olmstead, 46 

Todd Olsen 

Patrick E. Opoku, 35, 97 

Pedro Orduno, 35 

Suzanne Kay Orr 

Agustin Pabon 

Ray Page, 26, 50, 51, 103 

Anthony L. Palagonia, 45, 103 

Michael L. Palmer 

Anne Naomi Parker 

Kathryn K. Parker 

Martha Irene Parks 

Karen Parr, 37, 44, 47, 52, 97 

Eric Eugene Parris, 103 

Kendall Parrish, 44, 46 

Gabriel Pascoe, 103 

Douglas Keith Pass 

Susan Pate, 43, 97 

Teri L. Payne 

Mary Neva Pearce, 60, 61 

Jeffrey Peek 

William Cochran Peek, 97 
Joan Lee Pelton, 49 

Karen Denise Pelzel, 71, 103 

Melinda R. Pentecost, 52, 90 
Todd Barton Perrin 
Carole G. Peschel, 51, 103 
Gretchen Peterson, 103 
Jean Mary Peterson 
Hope Elaine Phillips, 90 

loe Earl Phillips, 90 
Kathie Phillips, 97 
Nicholas W. Phillips, 46, 60, 61, 97 
Donna Pickard 
Leslea Pike, 51,90 
Barbara Piller 
Thomas Pitcock, 48 
Mary Kathleen Pitman, 53, 55, 103 
Pamela F, Pitzer 
Eugene Allan Poe 
CreightonC. Pollex, 97 
Rosalind Pollex, 15, 35, 42, 43, 54, 97 
Kenneth Pool, 26, 50, 103 
Janine Pope, 97 
Glenda Porter, 51,90 
Kathryn Sue Posey, 41, 42, 53, 55, 97 
Mary Ann Pratt, 43 
William Ford Pratt 
Elian Doniece Price 

Melissa L. Priest, 26, 41, 42, 44, 53, 54, 97 
Kendall P. Pruett, 50 
Ian M. Purcell, 35, 109 
Kathy Purifoy, 91 
Vincent Puskarich 
Raymond Flovd Pyeatt 
Mitzie Lee Pyle 
John S. Quarmby 
Bruce Hefner Quick, 68 
Rhonda Kay Radford, 43, 110 
Momir Radosavljevic 
Patricia Ann Raeke, 37, 41, 42, 53, 55, 97 
James Ragland 
Allan W. Rainwater 
Chris Alan Raley, 110 
Joe Ramirez, 110 
Robbie L. Ramirez, 110 
Roberto Ramirez 
Jana Marie Ramsay 91 
160 Karen Scott Randall 



Teresa Ann Rask, 45 
Russell D. Ravert, 50 
Rocky Dell Rawls, 68 
Cary Allen Ray, 16,97 
Jennifer A. Read 
Randall M. Reaves 
Shawn Holmes Redman, 91 
Craig Andrew Reed, 45, 50 
Damon Reed, 38, 42, 45, 91 
Holly Young Reed, 98 
Ronald William Reed 
Mary Elana Reich, 110 
JohnS. Reinthaler, 15,98 
Christopher M. Reso, 46 
R. Stephen Ressling 
Bruce J. Reynolds, 34, 61 
Robin H. Reynolds, 91 
Sheree K. Reynolds, 44, 98 
Lisa Rhoades, 49, 103 
John Daniel Richards, 98 
Debra Ann Richburg 
Philip Daniel Ricker, 48, 110 
David G. Ridley 
HilaireK. Ridlon, 47 
Sharon K. Ridout, 43, 98 
Paula M. Riess 
HoytGlen Riley 
Leroy T. Riley, 68 
Tracy Risinger, 51,57, 103 
Cheryl Alice Roberts, 104 
Hilton A. Roberts 
Amy Robertson, 47 
Stephen A. Robertson 

Henry H. Robinson, 14, 32, 37, 38, 53, 55, 98 
Karen Rocha, 91 
Zina Gay Rodenbeck, 110 
Marie D Rodriguez, 98 
Karen Roe, 41, 51,91 
Tammy Sue Roest, 110 
John Edward Rogers 
Karen M. Rogers 
Carey Roper, 35, 44, 54, 91 
David Wesley Ross, 26, 34, 35, 38, 50, 91 
Patti Ruth Ross, 45, 110 
Paul Ross, 26, 50 
Frank Clayton Rote, 26, 48 
Cynthia Jane Roth 
Laurie Rothhammer 
Susana E. Rothschild 
Margaret H. Routon, 44 
Joy Royal, 45, 52, 53, 98 
James W. Rubarth, 33, 36, 91 
Maryland D. Rubey 
Anne E. Rudloff, 14, 42, 53 
Lawrence Ruffo, 52, 60, 61 
Cindy Ann Russell 
Janet Lynn Russell, 43, 91 
Kerry E. Russell 
Kenneth E. Rutherford 
Karen Ryan, 45, 98 
Olivia E. Rylander, 91 
Julie Ryon 

Jeanine Gail Samer, 49, 91 
Michael Scott Sample, 110 
Michael M. Samuels 
Debbie C. Sanderford, 52 
Joe William Sanders, 41, 50 
Karen Sanders, 51,98 
Leslie Kent Sanders, 50, 104 
Mary K. Sanders, 15, 54 
Jennifer Sanford, 47 
B. Dexter Saterfield, 91 
Lillian L. Satterfield 
Guadalupe Saucedo, 86 
Cynthia Lynn Saxman, 49 
Russell A. Schaefer 
Wanda H. Scheler, 44, 110 
Robert Schley, 53, 110 
D. K. Schmachtenberger, 35, 48 
Kevin Joseph Schmid, 92 
Stephen Schmidt 
Charles J. Schneider, 50, 1 10 
Debra Schroeder, 43, 110 
Jane A. Schwartz 
Clay Lomax Scogin, 110 
Mark Edward Scott 
Jacqueline Sears 
Cheryl Sehlke, 39, 98 
Nancy Ann Seiler, 71, 104 
Eugenia Gee Sells, 44, 104 
Lynn A. Sells, 92 
Mark Hendrick Selz, 48 
JanuszSepiol 
Michael W. Sganga 
David Shanks, 104 
Cheryl Sharp, 45, 92 
Jutta Sharpe 
Carl L. Shaulis, 50, 98 
Betsy Shaw, 50, 51,98 
Frank Barton Shaw 
James C. Shaw, 50, 92 
Rebecca Ann Sheller 
Andrew M. Shelton 
Laura K. Shepherd, 13, 26, 41, 44 
Lianne Shepherd 

Michael A. Sheppard, 26, 35, 38, 50, 92 
James Shepperd, 35, 39, 45. 50. 98 



Laura Lynn Sherman, 14, 50, 51, 54, 92, 

AnneR. Sherrod, 43 

Edward R. Sherwood 

Carol D. Shiller, 110 

Lance Shillingburg 

Teresa C. Shinn 

Gary FredricShipp 

David Lee Shoemaker, 46 

Rosemarie Shoemaker, 44, 104 

Gerald C. Shroff, 41, 48, 52, 92 

Blythe Schultz, 45, 53, 104 

Carmen Shultz, 45, 55, 110 

Jacqueline K. Siders, 44, 53, 1 10 

Alison Signet, 14, 26 

Melinda Lee Simmons 

Sheryl Simmons, 47 
Andree E. Simon, 110 
James M. Simonson, 98 
Bert Waddell Sissom, 50, 1 10 
Susan Kay Slagle, 60, 61 

Mary K. Sloan 

Mary Anne Smedley 

Adam Smith, 46 

Alison Ann Smith, 110 

April Lee Smith, 45, 52, 104 

Charles Brooks Smith 

Diane C. Smith 

Jay Tamblyn Smith 

Joy Lynn Smith, 110 

Randall Lee Smith, 16, 51, 98 

Samuel Smith, 37, 52, 53, 55, 1 10 

Scott W. Smith, 52 

Sonya Kay Smith, 45, 53, 1 10 

Stephen H. Smith 

Steven A. Smith, 37, 45, 92 

Steven M. Smith, 34, 50, 1 10 

Nancy J. Smothermon, 53 

James Mark Snow, 104 

Mary Theresa Snow 

Mark K. Solanik 

Ray W.Solanik, 104 

J. Stuart Solomon, 15, 50 

Jean Speck, 26, 39, 41, 44, 92 

Keith G. Spencer, 32, 53, 98 

Catherine Spezia, 44 

Carole L. Spiering 

Patrick H. Stafford, 26, 92 

Carol Stanford, 46, 51,98 

David C. Stanford, 34, 47, 92 

Iris T. Stanley, 98 

C. Cecil Starcher, 111 

James H. Stark 

Joseph Starkey, III 

Robert Staton 

Lucien Stavenhagen, 61 

Clare Stedman 

Darrell R. Steffek 

Dorianne Stell 

Stephanie Stephens, 43, 104 

R. Dwayne Stevens, 14, 111 

David Stevenson 

Louis Alvin Stewart, 99 

Norman Glenn Stewart 

Paula Stewart, 41,99 

Michael D. Stovall 

James Earl Street, Jr. 

Dana Delores Streitz 

Karen Sue Stringer 

Julia Stripling, 43, 111 

Martha Stripling, 43, 92 

Tom Powers Strother, 46 

Brooke M. Stroud, 46 

Jennifer M. Sullivan, 111 

Paul D. Swearingen, 104 

Paul Alan Swift 

Robert Lee Tabuena, 48, 104 

Michael E. Tamez 

Mary E. Tarver, 39, 51, 92 

Amy Lee Tatum, 14, 15, 32, 41, 99 

B. Shannon Taylor, 47, 11 1 

CeliaTaylor,45,53,92 

Donna Kay Taylor, 39, 45, 53, 104 

Timothy Teichelman 

Scott Ray Terry 

Jennifer Thomas 

Charles D. Thompson, 12, 26, 45, 104 

Cynthia C. Thompson 

Timothy E. Thompson 

Scott Lee Thumma, 15, 53, 55 

Elizabeth Kay Tieman, 45, 1 1 1 

Abigail Tilton. 35, 51, 111 

Lisa Tonn, 45, 105 

Jeffrey C. Toubin, 99 

T. Scott Towery, 46 

Tommy J. Trammell, 105 

Steven H. Trautmann, 52, 55, 105 

Clayton H. Traylor, 50 

Tamara Treuhardt 

Valerie Trevino, 52 

Casey R. Triggs, 26, 38, 35, 41, 93 

MikalTrimm, 52, 56, 111 

Karole L. Trotter, 60 

Cynthia L. Truax, 93 

Kathy L. Truman, 51, 60, 61. 93 

Laura Jannae Tunnell, 35, 42, 43, 53, 93 

Kam M. Turngren, 99 

Clifford Tuttle, 52, 111 

Nelda Jo Tyler 



Kenneth Mark Tyson 

Paul W. Upthegrove, 93 

Pete Valamides, 26, 99 

Veronica E. Valdez, 105 

D'Anna Carol Vale, 15, 111 

Luis Arthur Vallejo, 99 

James Esin Varan 

Deborah Vardiman, 12, 53, 105 

Mary Jane Veach 

Alfia A. Vela 

Hans J. Venable 

Joel D. Vera, 14, 16, 35, 50, 56, 152 

Montgomery A. Verona, 36, 48 

Brenda Vick,71, 111 

Curtis J. Vick, 68,99 

Sammy Carl Vick 

Vicki Ann Vickers, 45 

Patricia Vidaurri, 14, 105 

MikeVitale 

Pamela Waldrip, 44 

Carol E. Walker, 45, 105 

Richard James Walker, 105 

Sharon E. Walker, 111 

Brian Douglas Wall 

Claudia C. Wallace 

Jill Wallace, 93 

Edwin Earl Wallum, 48, 1 1 1 

Sunday Walzel, 43, 54, 99 

Kevin M. Warburton, 37, 56 

Michael T. Ward 

Elaine K. Warmink, 35, 50, 52, 1 1 1 

John Earl Warren, 53, 55, 93 

Lila Paige Warren 

Lisa Annette Warren, 52, 53, 55, 111 

Gordon W. Washburn, 50 

Ruth Ellen Waters, 93 

Daniel Scott Weeden, 35, 50 

Johnny C. Welborn, 26, 48, 54, 99 

Forrest N. Welmaker 

Laura Wettstein, 51, 105 

Edward Wheeler, 36, 41, 42, 93 

Karen Wheeler, 111 

Susan Carol Wheeler 

Cheryl White, 43, 47, 61 

Bonnie J. Whited 

James T. Whitley, 99 

Colleen Whitmore, 51, 55, 111 

H. Craig Whitney, 99 

Daniel C. Whitteaker, 68 

Ronald Earl Whitter 

Bret Fielding Wicker, 105 

Russell Wickman 

Susan Kay Wiemers, 42, 49, 99 

Marta Jane Wilborn 

Carol F. Wilcox 

Jean Wilcox, 43, 93 

Dori Helene Wiles 

Ronnie Wilkerson 

Linda Wilkins, 44, 99 

Cheryl L. Wilkinson 

Amanda J. Williams, 43, 47, 99 

Carlos R. Williams 

Charles A. Williams, 48 

Cynthia L. Williams, 14, 44, 93 

Ernestlea Williams 

Leslie Jean Williams, 43, 46 

Mary Lynn Williams, 47, 99 

Robert T. Williams, 105 

Wallace D.Williams J., 46 

Debora S. Williamson, 111 

Colleen F. Willis, 43, 50, 60, 105 

Joni C. Willis, 44, 111 

Lynn Willis 

Mary Catherin Willis, 43, 1 1 1 

Gary A. Wills 

Robert A. Wilmot, 35, 47, 99 

Margaret A. Wilson 

Robert A. Wilson, Jr., 1 1 1 

Lesly Windham, 45 

Lori A. Wingfield, 35, 55, 1 1 1 

Lou Ann Winston, 93 

Dea Ann Wisch, 45, 105 

Paul Richard Witmer, 50 

Stefanie Wittenbach, 45, 105 

Monica Wolbrueck 

Lena Lavonne Wood 

Martha Ellen Wood, 93 

Ray H. Worsham, III 

Kimberly E. Wright, 111 

Lisa Wyatt 

David Alan Wyborny 

Karen Yarberry, 44, 50, 99 

Peter Yeager 

C. William Young, Jr., 47, 99 

Lelia Ann Young, 14, 33, 49, 53, 94 

Melvin Young, 68 

Paul Monroe Young, 105 

James Robert Zalles, 35, 41, 45, 50, 93 

Kerry Zastoupil, 68 

Robert S. Zearfoss, 105 

Daniel W. Zimmerman, 47 

Eddie D. Zimmerman, 50, 111 

Dori-LynC. Zirkel,61 

Susan Joy Zirkel, 105 

W. Perry Zivley, Jr., 47 

Patricia Laurie Zody, 111 

Naomi P. Zucker 

James Zwiener, 35, 45, 50, 99 






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